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"
References in periodicals archive ?
American writers Carol Guess and Kelly Magee hyperbolise this conflation and excess in order to critique it in their 2015 collaborative short story collection, With Animal.
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
Anti-virus software companies spent much of the day trying to out- hyperbolise each other, but all agreedthis was the biggest virus to date.