hyperbolise


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hyperbolise


Past participle: hyperbolised
Gerund: hyperbolising

Imperative
hyperbolise
hyperbolise
Present
I hyperbolise
you hyperbolise
he/she/it hyperbolises
we hyperbolise
you hyperbolise
they hyperbolise
Preterite
I hyperbolised
you hyperbolised
he/she/it hyperbolised
we hyperbolised
you hyperbolised
they hyperbolised
Present Continuous
I am hyperbolising
you are hyperbolising
he/she/it is hyperbolising
we are hyperbolising
you are hyperbolising
they are hyperbolising
Present Perfect
I have hyperbolised
you have hyperbolised
he/she/it has hyperbolised
we have hyperbolised
you have hyperbolised
they have hyperbolised
Past Continuous
I was hyperbolising
you were hyperbolising
he/she/it was hyperbolising
we were hyperbolising
you were hyperbolising
they were hyperbolising
Past Perfect
I had hyperbolised
you had hyperbolised
he/she/it had hyperbolised
we had hyperbolised
you had hyperbolised
they had hyperbolised
Future
I will hyperbolise
you will hyperbolise
he/she/it will hyperbolise
we will hyperbolise
you will hyperbolise
they will hyperbolise
Future Perfect
I will have hyperbolised
you will have hyperbolised
he/she/it will have hyperbolised
we will have hyperbolised
you will have hyperbolised
they will have hyperbolised
Future Continuous
I will be hyperbolising
you will be hyperbolising
he/she/it will be hyperbolising
we will be hyperbolising
you will be hyperbolising
they will be hyperbolising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been hyperbolising
you have been hyperbolising
he/she/it has been hyperbolising
we have been hyperbolising
you have been hyperbolising
they have been hyperbolising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been hyperbolising
you will have been hyperbolising
he/she/it will have been hyperbolising
we will have been hyperbolising
you will have been hyperbolising
they will have been hyperbolising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been hyperbolising
you had been hyperbolising
he/she/it had been hyperbolising
we had been hyperbolising
you had been hyperbolising
they had been hyperbolising
Conditional
I would hyperbolise
you would hyperbolise
he/she/it would hyperbolise
we would hyperbolise
you would hyperbolise
they would hyperbolise
Past Conditional
I would have hyperbolised
you would have hyperbolised
he/she/it would have hyperbolised
we would have hyperbolised
you would have hyperbolised
they would have hyperbolised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.hyperbolise - to enlarge beyond bounds or the truthhyperbolise - to enlarge beyond bounds or the truth; "tended to romanticize and exaggerate this `gracious Old South' imagery"
misinform, mislead - give false or misleading information to
overemphasise, overemphasize, overstress - place special or excessive emphasis on; "I cannot overemphasize the importance of this book"
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Anti-virus software companies spent much of the day trying to out- hyperbolise each other, but all agreedthis was the biggest virus to date.
I've been know to hyperbolise in the past, but, just for fun, I have composed a list of things which are less predictable than the ending of this movie: Sunrise and sunset, moths flying into a light bulb, a crying baby, and my personal favourite, hot summers in Bahrain
It's always wise to be a little bit suspicious when the white music media hyperbolises to its white readership about the musical and social importance of black artists who are practically unknown in their own 'communities'.