exaggerate

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overstate

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to make (something) seem greater than is actually the case

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Some observers here interpret Akihito's remarks as a response to Lee's recent explanation that his demand for the emperor's apology was reported exaggeratingly and a reflection of Japan's need to mend ties with South Korea amid its escalating standoff with China over a disputed island chain.
The international community commended the change and the media enthusiastically reported, exaggeratingly, the birth of party politics in Bhutan.
Government organizations in Pakistan at large do not have the process mapped and that is why we see some procedure exaggeratingly lengthy.
I vaguely recall a scene involving hot wax, candles, and a young woman who could have been exaggeratingly referred to as "half-dressed.
Although there is a basis of truth in this perception, it becomes exaggeratingly anthropomorphic, romanticized, and in some aspects, simply erroneous.