1 My very good friend and excellent neighbor," replied the count, with a smile, "you really exaggerate my trifling exertions.
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2 Nevertheless, you must not exaggerate the evil," said Monte Cristo, "for by endeavoring to avoid one fault you will fall into another.
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3 "I think, sir, you exaggerate your situation," said Madame Danglars, whose beautiful eyes sparkled for a moment.
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4 Impostor," repeated Villefort; "certainly, madame, you appear to extenuate some cases, and exaggerate others.
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5 But we perhaps exaggerate the gray or sable tinge, which undoubtedly characterized the mood and manners of the age.
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6 I know I do not exaggerate, unconsciously and unintentionally, the scantiness of my resources or the difficulties of my life.
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7 "But just because you feel yourself responsible, you exaggerate it, I am afraid," she said.
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8 Nor did wild rumors of all sorts fail to exaggerate, and still the more horrify the true histories of these deadly encounters.
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9 He began to exaggerate the endurance, the skill, and the valor of those who were coming.
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10 Say whatever your memory suggests is true; but add nothing and exaggerate nothing.
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11 My dear fellow, you exaggerate.
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12 "I exaggerate everything, that is where I go wrong," I repeated to myself every hour.
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13 Do not exaggerate the service I have the happiness to render your Majesty.
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14 He said to himself that he had doubtless exaggerated the significance of Zeena's threats, and that she too, with the return of daylight, would come to a saner mood.
15 She caught hold of the back of the chair, her knees going weak under her, as Rhett Butler rose from the sofa where he had been lying and made her a bow of exaggerated politeness.
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