hyperbolically : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in an exaggerated manner
- It has been said, hyperbolically perhaps, that Bechtel engineers changed the physical contours of the planet more than any other humans.
- Late last year, somewhat hyperbolically, a Pentagon study lumped Mexico in with Pakistan as states that might face a "rapid and sudden collapse.
- After all, he remarks hyperbolically, Hawaii and Alaska are as far from Washington as Tel Aviv; and if Spanish-speaking Americans are allowed to vote, why not Hebrew-speaking .
News & Articles
- Linn Exakt takes on Sonos and AirPlay
High-end music component company Linn is taking on Sonos along with Apple’s AirPlay and other digital streaming systems with its new Exakt speaker technology, offering lossless wireless connectivity. The Exakt system – which Linn rather hyperbolically says evolves speakers into “intelligent, connected, software-upgradeable products” – consists of the Klimax Exakt DSM and Klimax Exakt 350 […]
Sept. 24, 2013 - SlashGear
- Jason Calacanis in guardian.co.uk
Not speaking hyperbolically, but as person that spent year working on blogs and online,said Calacanis, "the internet is being ruined."