exaggeration and hyperbole are constant campaign companions, as useful and expected as hammers and saws on a construction site.
In spite of the exaggeration, hyperbolism, and excessiveness, the fabliaux embody an authentic, deep sense of realism.
Those reports are often disputed by Tunisians themselves who say that they are an exaggeration of the press.
There may be some truth in it, but it may also be an exaggeration.
Yet it is no exaggeration to say this lanky Texan with prodigious talent fired a huge salvo in the thawing of the Cold War.
It is no exaggeration to say that fortune had showered her richest gifts on Garibaldi during this campaign.
I do not suppose, my dear, that you intentionally told an untruth; it was an exaggeration.
Trenmor is the sort of exaggeration of Childe Harold which a lively but rather vulgar mind might conceive.
All this was excessively irritating, and needed no exaggeration from abroad.
It is no exaggeration to say that during those days France was absolutely governed by the National.