Pron set down these stories to the exaggerative distortion of lovers of the marvellous, "of whom we counted some amongst us."
The choir repeated like an exaggerative echo: ‘On-wed, Chris-ting, sol-jaws!’
They were evidently not only expansive but exaggerative; and perhaps it was not only in battle that they drew the long bow.
It would be exaggerative, indeed irreverent, to say that he ever positively appeared again.
I am afraid it is impossible to explain this monster amid the exaggerative sects and the eccentric clubs of my country.
We may say with no exaggerative irony that the unconscious patrons of slavery were Huxley and Cobden.
More than this it would be exaggerative to say, and a mere anticipation of the really decisive events afterwards.
He may have been morose, fanatical, exaggerative; but his bitter words suggest at least this dilemma.
Doubtless it will seem so, yet the statement is not exaggerative by any means, but is made in my serious and sincere conviction.
Was it more than a figure of speech, an exaggerative personification under great emotion of what most people would call chance?