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Definition of exaggerlie

exaggerlie

  • an exaggeration that is more lie than truth. An exaggeration that is so outrageous that it is much closer to being a lie than truth.
    The actor called the tabloid accusation of his alcoholism an exaggerlie because he only drank occasionally.

    Last edited on Apr 09 2014. Submitted by Lloyd B. from San Diego, CA, USA on May 22 2007.

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