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exaggerate

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Synonyms for overestimate

an appraisal that is too high

a calculation that results in an estimate that is too high

make too high an estimate of

assign too high a value to

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Concerns about rising drug costs continue to attract headlines, but a new analysis suggests that health care organizations looking for ways to manage these costs may be relying on seriously flawed numbers that routinely overestimate cost growth.
38) They concluded that this could be a sign that the analytical and forecasting models used by the Riksbank tend to overestimate inflation, and that there was therefore a risk of further low inflation going forward.
Power factor correction is important because traditional electricity meters do not allow for the power factor, so overestimate the energy used for loads with an inductive or capacitative component.
The dollar peggers also overestimate the risks from currency markets, and therefore the need for such insurance.
Both groups overestimated the representation of women within the profession but a subsequent Test for Significance of a Proportion (TSP) of the Sophisticated group estimate indicated that the overestimates were not significantly different from reality (z = .
Replace "This again overestimates [chi]" by "This again underestimates [chi]".
The students' overestimates were significant for overall ability and all skills except listening comprehension.
Ventura County government's lawsuit says the report underestimates the increase in population during the next 20 years by 55,000 households and overestimates the amount of available water.
In short, the drop in the deficit was largely because of the surging economic recovery, which saw two strong quarters of growth just before Bill Clinton took office, and from overestimates of the cost of cleaning up the S&L debacle.