Overstressing

verb
Definition of Overstressing:

exaggerate, blow out of proportion


Synonyms of Overstressing:

enhance, inflate, aggravate, overstate, overrate, pyramid, color, fudge, dramatize, overdo, embellish, pad, overcharge, overplay, boost, embroider, blow up, overestimate, overdraw, overemphasize, make mountain of molehill, puff up


Opposite/Antonyms of Overstressing:

miniaturize, diminish, play down, weaken, lessen, decrease, simplify


Sentence/Example of Overstressing:

That he should overstress the fall of man and original sin, what wonder?

In times of overstress and strain, the defective organ or organs will manifest their weakness.

Of course, rest must be taken, and the overstress which caused the trouble avoided in future.

It is difficult to overstress the importance of data from stranded cetaceans.





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