exaggerate

Exaggerate vs Bathos - What's the difference?

exaggerate | bathos |


As a verb exaggerate

is to overstate, to describe more than is fact.

As a noun bathos is

depth, bottom.

Augment vs Exaggerate - What's the difference?

augment | exaggerate |


As verbs the difference between augment and exaggerate

is that augment is to increase; to make larger or supplement while exaggerate is to overstate, to describe more than is fact.

As a noun augment

is (grammar) in some indo-european languages, a prefix e-'' (''a- in sanskrit) indicating a past tense of a verb.

Exaggerate vs Magnify - What's the difference?

exaggerate | magnify |


As verbs the difference between exaggerate and magnify

is that exaggerate is to overstate, to describe more than is fact while magnify is to praise, glorify (someone or something, especially god).

Exaggerate vs Muckle - What's the difference?

exaggerate | muckle |


As verbs the difference between exaggerate and muckle

is that exaggerate is to overstate, to describe more than is fact while muckle is (us|dialectal) to latch onto something with the mouth.

As a noun muckle is

(chiefly|scotland) a great amount.

As a adjective muckle is

(archaic|outside|northumbria|and|scotland) large, massive.

Exaggerate vs Machismo - What's the difference?

exaggerate | machismo |


As a verb exaggerate

is to overstate, to describe more than is fact.

As a noun machismo is

exaggerated masculinity.

Exaggerate vs Caricature - What's the difference?

exaggerate | caricature |


As verbs the difference between exaggerate and caricature

is that exaggerate is to overstate, to describe more than is fact while caricature is to represent someone in an exaggerated or distorted manner.

As a noun caricature is

a pictorial representation of someone in which distinguishing features are exaggerated for comic effect.

Exaggerate vs Endear - What's the difference?

exaggerate | endear |


As verbs the difference between exaggerate and endear

is that exaggerate is to overstate, to describe more than is fact while endear is (obsolete) to make (something) more precious or valuable.

Exaggerate vs Wheeze - What's the difference?

exaggerate | wheeze |


As verbs the difference between exaggerate and wheeze

is that exaggerate is to overstate, to describe more than is fact while wheeze is to breathe hard, and with an audible piping or whistling sound, as persons affected with asthma.

As a noun wheeze is

a piping or whistling sound caused by difficult respiration.

Exaggerate vs Inflame - What's the difference?

exaggerate | inflame |


As verbs the difference between exaggerate and inflame

is that exaggerate is to overstate, to describe more than is fact while inflame is to set on fire; to kindle; to cause to burn, flame, or glow.

Exaggerate vs Aggravate - What's the difference?

exaggerate | aggravate | Synonyms |

Exaggerate is a synonym of aggravate.


As verbs the difference between exaggerate and aggravate

is that exaggerate is to overstate, to describe more than is fact while aggravate is to make worse, or more severe; to render less tolerable or less excusable; to make more offensive; to enhance; to intensify.

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