Exaggeration [noun]

Definition of Exaggeration:

overstatement, embellishment

Opposite/Antonyms of Exaggeration:

Sentence/Example of Exaggeration:

It’s not an exaggeration to say decisions made today could affect the planet for thousands of years.

This was clearly the most important announcement since RankBrain and no exaggeration — and not just for the world of web search.

We are regressing at the worst possible time for us to do so, and it’s not an exaggeration to say that thousands of lives hang in the balance — the lives of mothers, fathers, sons and daughters who could easily fall.

It’s not an exaggeration to say that Thompson created Georgetown basketball — and Big East basketball — as we know it.

It’s no exaggeration to say that WeChat changed my father’s life.

Among a certain cohort at least, that wasn’t much of an exaggeration.

Any exaggeration into which a feeling of indignation happens to betray the accuser is instantly pounced upon.

His last night's jealous speculations touching a man he did not know had leastways led him into no exaggeration.

Amplification, declamation, and exaggeration were at all times the faults of the Greeks, excepting Demosthenes and Aristotle.

Travellers speak of the speed of the bullet in describing their running—doubtless with some exaggeration.