[ɛ_ɡ_z_ˈa_dʒ_ə_ɹ_ˌeɪ_t_ɪ_d], [ɛɡzˈad͡ʒəɹˌe͡ɪtɪd], [ɛɡzˈad‍ʒəɹˌe‍ɪtɪd]

Definitions of exaggerated:

  1.   represented as greater than is true or reasonable; " an exaggerated opinion of oneself"
  2.   enlarged beyond truth or reasonableness; " had an exaggerated ( or inflated) opinion of himself"; " a hyperbolic style"
  3.   enlarged to an abnormal degree; " thick lenses exaggerated the size of her eyes"
  4.   Enlarged beyond bounds or the truth.
  5.   of Exaggerate

Antonyms for exaggerated:

terse, brief, thumbnail, undecorated, capsule, unvarnished, realistic, documentary, telegraphic, curt, hard, reasonable, moderate, unadorned, elliptical, plain-vanilla, bald, factual, reduced, bare, epigrammatic, apothegmatic, objective, decreased, unornamented, laconic, monosyllabic, succinct, matter of fact, unembellished, compact, compendious, crisp, simple, concise, true, literal, aphoristic, summary, plain, nonfictional.

Quotes for exaggerated:

  1. I may have exaggerated a bit when I said that 80 per cent of the top 100 women are fat pigs. What I meant to say was 75 per cent of the top 100 women are fat pigs. – Richard Krajicek

Usage examples for exaggerated:

  1. “ " Mr. Harper has- has exaggerated it very much," she returned. ” – Counsel for the Defense by Leroy Scott
  2. This exaggerated idea of the risks of the trip unfortunately spread abroad. ” – Korea's Fight for Freedom by F.A. McKenzie
  3. He exaggerated her age. ” – Somehow Good by William de Morgan
  4. In addressing the ball there should be just the smallest trifle of extra weight thrown on the right leg; but care must be taken that this difference is not exaggerated – The Complete Golfer [1905] by Harry Vardon
  5. Perhaps my sister's fears are exaggerated – Patty's Suitors by Carolyn Wells