Definition of Hyperbolically

1. Adverb. In an exaggerated manner.

Exact synonyms: Exaggeratedly
Partainyms: Hyperbolic



Definition of Hyperbolically

1. adv. In the form of an hyperbola.

Definition of Hyperbolically

1. Adverb. In a hyperbolic manner. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Hyperbolically

1. [adv]

Medical Definition of Hyperbolically

1. 1. In the form of an hyperbola. 2. With exaggeration; in a manner to express more or less than the truth. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hyperbolically

hyperbole
hyperboles
hyperbolic
hyperbolic cosine
hyperbolic function
hyperbolic geometry
hyperbolic navigation system
hyperbolic plane
hyperbolic planes
hyperbolic polynomial
hyperbolic sine
hyperbolic space
hyperbolic spaces
hyperbolic tangent
hyperbolical
hyperbolically (current term)
hyperbolicity
hyperbolick
hyperboliform
hyperbolike
hyperbolism
hyperbolisms
hyperbolist
hyperbolists
hyperbolize
hyperbolized
hyperbolizes
hyperbolizing
hyperboloid
hyperboloidal

Literary usage of Hyperbolically

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1. Letters to Edward Hookham and Percy B. Shelley: With Fragments of by Thomas Love Peacock, Richard Garnett (1910)
"I am inclined to think he exaggerates his natural joviality to conceal a hidden sorrow, and suffers most at heart when he is most hyperbolically merry. ..."

2. International Trade and Core Labour Standards by OECD Staff, Organization For Economic Cooperat OECD (2000)
"While we can not explain the details, another important example of hyperbolically imbedded manifold is the quotient D /T of a symmetric bounded domain D by ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1849)
"Nor do I agree with his Lordship that "to figure Jupiter throwing down huge mountains with his thunderbolts is hyperbolically sublime. ..."

4. The Vocabulary of East Anglia: An Attempt to Record the Vulgar Tongue of the by Robert Forby (1830)
"Possibly a hyperbolically figurative application of the first sense. PIMPLE, s. the head. It must be a diminutive as well as a feeble head which is ..."

5. Works by Jean Calvin, Calvin translation society (1855)
"The words, no doubt, are used hyperbolically ; for God had not fulminated against other lands or nations and sunk them in the deep, as he had done to ..."

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