1 All this would have been very well, if there had been no exaggeration.
2 Her daughter made her no reply, only in her heart she thought that one could not talk about exaggeration where Christianity was concerned.
3 Intellect is in itself a mode of exaggeration, and destroys the harmony of any face.
4 Basil Hallward's compliments had seemed to him to be merely the charming exaggeration of friendship.
5 So far as exaggeration is concerned, I am not exaggerating.
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6 This, without any dissimulation, and also without any exaggeration, is the truth about Louis Philippe.
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7 There are virtues which become crimes by exaggeration.
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8 She was therefore obliged to seek another branch of the subject, and related, with much bitterness of spirit and some exaggeration, the shocking rudeness of Mr. Darcy.
9 The struggle in the smoke had pictured an exaggeration of itself on the bleached cheeks and in the eyes wild with one desire.
10 It's no exaggeration when lawyers say that conditions like that are a disgrace.
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11 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.
12 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.
13 No one, for instance, could have made a more typical Goya than Carry Fisher, with her short dark-skinned face, the exaggerated glow of her eyes, the provocation of her frankly-painted smile.
14 Such embarrassment as was shown was on Mrs. Trenor's side, and manifested itself in the mingling of exaggerated warmth with imperceptible reservations.
15 While he spoke she had moved slowly to the middle of the room, and paused near his writing-table, where the lamp, striking upward, cast exaggerated shadows on the pallour of her delicately-hollowed face.