Definition of Exaggerator

1. n. One who exaggerates; one addicted to exaggeration.



Definition of Exaggerator

1. Noun. Someone who exaggerates. ¹

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Definition of Exaggerator

1. [n -S]

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Literary usage of Exaggerator

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1. Public Speaking by James Albert Winans (1917)
"The exaggerator plays into the hands of his opponents. First, because he makes it so easy ... Authorities can be used effectively against the exaggerator. ..."

2. The Dial edited by Francis Fisher Browne (1908)
"What makes the judicious exaggerator grieve is the reckless waste with which his ... The reckless exaggerator is a spendthrift ; unthinking resort to ..."

3. The Dial edited by Francis Fisher Browne (1908)
"What makes the judicious exaggerator grieve is the reckless waste with which his ... The reckless exaggerator is a spendthrift ; unthinking resort to ..."

4. Some XVIII Century Men of Letters: Biographical Essays by Whitwell Elwin (1902)
"Bellenden Ker said of Lord Brougham, after he was gone, ' There is always a foundation of truth in his statements, but he is such a terrible exaggerator. ..."

5. Biographic Clinics by George Milbry Gould (1905)
"This sort of conservatism is active against every discovery and is a great brake on the wheels of progress. But when the exaggerator is finally found to be ..."

6. Alexander Hamilton: Thirty-one Orations Delivered at Hamilton College from by Hamilton College (Clinton, N.Y.), Melvin Gilbert Dodge, Franklin Harvey Head, Hamilton College (Clinton, N.Y.) Alumni (1896)
"Then Guizot, the most philosophic historian of the age, is an exaggerator. He said, " In the application of elementary principles of government to practical ..."

7. The Grand Canyon of Arizona: How to See it by George Wharton James (1910)
"Marcos an exaggerator. Cortez never made any attempt to confirm his statements, ... Anyhow, he has suffered a great deal of abuse as an exaggerator, ..."

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