hyperbolist

Related to hyperbolist: hyperbole

hyperbolist

(haɪˈpɜːbəlɪst)
n
an exaggerator or someone who employs hyperboles
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Or is it defending the Pope and Church against religious hyperbolists whatever direction they come from?
Mary Poppins, that appealing symbol of saccharine cleanliness, has an immediate attraction for the hyperbolists and was recently invoked by Nick Faldo, the famous golfer, in describing his ambitions as an announcer for the ABC television network.
They know how to work people up into a frenzy all right, those hyperbolists. You might have thought it quite enough for Her Majesty to be gracious and noble but why use a couple of words when there are so many around.