word du jour: Hyperbole

According to Merriam-Webster online dictionary the definition of HYPERBOLE is:

extragavant exaggeration

Let’s use HYPERBOLE in a sentence:

To say that Sarah Palin is ready or even appropriate for the office of President or Vice President is pure hyperbole.

If you would like to try your hand at using this word in sentence, please use the comment boxes below.

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One Response to word du jour: Hyperbole

  1. Lottie says:

    Every time Bill O’Reilly opens his mouth, a giant glob of hyperbole falls out.

    (And that’s being kind. 😆 )

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