exaggeratedly


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in an exaggerated manner

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Merkel said she was "not exaggeratedly optimistic" for a solution, Reuters said.
Merkel made clear at a midnight news conference that she was "not exaggeratedly optimistic" that a deal could be found to save Greece by Sunday.
Minimalist use of color and exaggeratedly cartoony line art add the just the right touch of black comedy to this modern-day toil and trouble
Exaggeratedly positive thoughts can be equally detrimental.
The New York Times also complained that this meandering, overstuffed novel, many of whose characters and situations exist only to be obstructed in some exaggeratedly comic fashion, completely loses focus in its final 100 pages.
On his Fibresand debut he chased home subsequent winner Pearl Nation, while last time he was exaggeratedly taken down the centre of the track for a couple of furlongs from the widest draw at Lingfield.
Bunbury, chairman of the bank thanks to a decision made by his begrudging father-in-the-law, is so exaggeratedly incompetent that it's hard to believe he could exist in the real world.
Madame president we increasingly need more women police --first of all because we set a goal, perhaps it might be exaggeratedly ambitious, it was to have 20 percent of women among UN police, and this year we are far from that and I confess with humility, but I have to add that the situation in the UN police reflects the one in the national police.
3 when friends and I waited out our boarding time for a flight to Bangkok, the ladies' room announced itself with a long queue that I exaggeratedly described to NAIA General Manager Gen.
Regrettably many of the past experiences of entertaining certain researchers and journalists associated with Western think tanks and academic institutions who apparently adopt "become nice to your face but stab you in the back" approach irrespective of they being freelance or sponsored by scholastic institutions, have proved astringent with respect to exaggeratedly demonizing and tainting Pakistan and its armed forces' image.
Oxlade-Chamberlain suffered the scare when Gruezo kicked the bottom of the Arsenal player's right foot and then, while rolling over exaggeratedly, landed on the back of the midfielder's leg.
England suffered an injury scare when Gruezo kicked the bottom of Oxlade-Chamberlain's right foot and then, while rolling over exaggeratedly, landed on the back of the Arsenal midfielder's leg.
Oxlade-Chamberlain suffered an injury scare during the 2-2 draw with Ecuador in Miami when Gruezo kicked the bottom of Oxlade-Chamberlain's right foot and then, while rolling over exaggeratedly, landed on the back of the Arsenal midfielder's leg.
That these exaggeratedly hirsute men might be anything other than rabbis is, at first glance, improbable.