Hyperbole in a Sentence 

Definition of Hyperbole  

an exaggeration or overstatement used to evoke strong feelings

Examples of Hyperbole in a sentence

During the hurricane, it seemed as though the hyperbole, “raining cats and dogs“, was almost accurate.  
“Sitting is the new smoking“ is silly hyperbole used by health journalists to garner attention.  
It seems like everyone and their mother is angry about something right now. (This is hyperbole, as I do not mean literally everyone.)  
Usually the “crazy weather we’re having“ talk is just hyperbole, but the forecasted streak of record-hot temperatures is no untruth.  
Obviously the network is overreacting and engaging in hyperbole when they say “55 million people are in danger!“ for normal thunderstorms.  
When Henry made a hyperbole on the stand, the judge gave him a warning and reminded him to stick to the facts.  
I can say without hyperbole this is the greatest meal I have ever had!  
It would be great if you could simply tell me the basic facts without including a hyperbole of any sort.  
If the politician uses one more hyperbole in his speech, I will know he is exaggerating about all his claims.  
Being that you’re an only child, I can say without hesitation or hyperbole you’re the best daughter I’ve ever had!  

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