Knowing that some hyperbolize
their lifestyles, projecting the image of amplified comfort and wealth, young people say that photographs on social media do not reflect reality.
First, it was necessary to hyperbolize
the "wine" that was earlier at the center of the system of images ("vodka," "arak" etc.).
Their writings, although they may appear to, do not hyperbolize
; they are not woven with poetic exaggerations because they present mere reality, all the events in the Scriptures being of an extraordinary nature that overwhelms both the words and the thoughts.
In stark opposition to the angelic portrayal of Joseph, the opening line to Richaud's short story relies on superlatives in order to hyperbolize
the diabolical nature of the eponymous character: "La mere Guillot etait la plus infernale concierge qu'on ait vu naitre sous le ciel de Dieu, depuis qu'il y a des concierges et dont quelques-unes sont mechantes" (35).
Granted, historically there was a tendency in some rationalist philosophers to hyperbolize
the degree to which the world could be explained metaphysically.
CORRECTION: Some folks are so inclined to exaggerate that they will hyperbolize
about almost everything--except their own mistakes.
The potential realization that the world the Washingtons hyperbolize
destroys everything it touches--even, as John fancied himself, its rightful inheritors--is transformed in these closing lines into vacuous self-reflection, as if all that was at stake in this experience for John was the loss of an experiential naivete.
It is rhetorically seductive to hyperbolize
such outcomes presenting them as a general rule which they are far from being.
The common denominator of all of these notions is their hostility to pluralism and their imposition of a monocular vision of reality, in that they hyperbolize
a single aspect of reality, thus oversimplifying the complexity of the very phenomena they are supposed to explain.
To borrow, butcher and hyperbolize
a phrase, hell has no remorse like a CFO who entered into a swap right before rates fell.
While Matilda's determination of seeking peace to the benefit of the papacy could not be belied, the tendency to hyperbolize
this deed led to neglecting her equally significant bellicose exertion.
Yet the instances of suicide as a transcendental renunciation that explicitly emerge in bodhisattvic exemplarism only hyperbolize
the same theme.