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  • r  in an exaggerated manner

  • Red glitter formed exaggeratedly large lips.
  • Ondine's weakness was its length: as much dance drama as ballet (a British habit), it was studded with arid passages of exaggeratedly old-fashioned pantomime.
  • One cartoon from this "history" of Judaism showed a man with an exaggeratedly hooked nose described as a Zionist leader serving the "Hitlerite" invaders of the Ukraine.

  • Maxime Bernier in Globe and Mail
    It would certainly be irresponsible to spend billions of dollars and impose exaggeratedly severe regulations to solve a problem whose gravity we're still far from discerning,Bernier wrote. "The alarmism that has often characterized this...
  • Adam Schlesinger in Los Angeles Times
    It doesn't work if you're constantly breaking through the story and being reminded that these are just actors,said Schlesinger. "The actors have to play it in an almost exaggeratedly straight way."
  • Leslie Fiedler in New York Times
    The censors and middlebrows, Fiedler wrote, claimed that this kind of stuff - not just comics but pulp novels, too - was "sadistic, fetishistic, brutal, full of terror; that it pictures women with exaggeratedly full breasts and rumps, portrays death...

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