overdramatise


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overdramatise


Past participle: overdramatised
Gerund: overdramatising

Imperative
overdramatise
overdramatise
Present
I overdramatise
you overdramatise
he/she/it overdramatises
we overdramatise
you overdramatise
they overdramatise
Preterite
I overdramatised
you overdramatised
he/she/it overdramatised
we overdramatised
you overdramatised
they overdramatised
Present Continuous
I am overdramatising
you are overdramatising
he/she/it is overdramatising
we are overdramatising
you are overdramatising
they are overdramatising
Present Perfect
I have overdramatised
you have overdramatised
he/she/it has overdramatised
we have overdramatised
you have overdramatised
they have overdramatised
Past Continuous
I was overdramatising
you were overdramatising
he/she/it was overdramatising
we were overdramatising
you were overdramatising
they were overdramatising
Past Perfect
I had overdramatised
you had overdramatised
he/she/it had overdramatised
we had overdramatised
you had overdramatised
they had overdramatised
Future
I will overdramatise
you will overdramatise
he/she/it will overdramatise
we will overdramatise
you will overdramatise
they will overdramatise
Future Perfect
I will have overdramatised
you will have overdramatised
he/she/it will have overdramatised
we will have overdramatised
you will have overdramatised
they will have overdramatised
Future Continuous
I will be overdramatising
you will be overdramatising
he/she/it will be overdramatising
we will be overdramatising
you will be overdramatising
they will be overdramatising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been overdramatising
you have been overdramatising
he/she/it has been overdramatising
we have been overdramatising
you have been overdramatising
they have been overdramatising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been overdramatising
you will have been overdramatising
he/she/it will have been overdramatising
we will have been overdramatising
you will have been overdramatising
they will have been overdramatising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been overdramatising
you had been overdramatising
he/she/it had been overdramatising
we had been overdramatising
you had been overdramatising
they had been overdramatising
Conditional
I would overdramatise
you would overdramatise
he/she/it would overdramatise
we would overdramatise
you would overdramatise
they would overdramatise
Past Conditional
I would have overdramatised
you would have overdramatised
he/she/it would have overdramatised
we would have overdramatised
you would have overdramatised
they would have overdramatised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.overdramatise - present in an overly dramatic manner; "She is overdramatizing her child's failure in the physics class"
dramatise, dramatize - represent something in a dramatic manner; "These events dramatize the lack of social responsibility among today's youth"
References in periodicals archive ?
And should the individuals in question overdramatise matters, firmly put them back on track.
It's appropriate he apologised because it doesn't set a great tone for the England captain, but I don't want to overdramatise it either.
I don't want to overdramatise, or downplay, the situation, because we need to deal with it, [but] I am deeply convinced that the two leaders will not allow the difficulties of the last few days to overshadow the remarkable progress of the last year.
Never one to overdramatise, at the start of the show he tells Gregg Wallace: "If I come out of this alive, you're going to buy me a pint
We shouldn't overdramatise this party but we shouldn't underestimate them either," said Wolfgang Bosbach, a senior lawmaker in Merkel's CDU who has found himself ostracised within the party for refusing to back euro zone bailouts but rules out defecting to the AfD.