Definition of Hyperbolists

1. Noun. (plural of hyperbolist) ¹



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Definition of Hyperbolists

1. hyperbolist [n] - See also: hyperbolist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hyperbolists

hyperbolic planes
hyperbolic polynomial
hyperbolic sine
hyperbolic space
hyperbolic spaces
hyperbolic tangent
hyperbolical
hyperbolically
hyperbolicity
hyperbolick
hyperboliform
hyperbolike
hyperbolism
hyperbolisms
hyperbolist
hyperbolists (current term)
hyperbolize
hyperbolized
hyperbolizes
hyperbolizing
hyperboloid
hyperboloidal
hyperboloids
hyperbolæ
hyperboreal
hyperborean
hyperboreans
hyperboulia
hyperbrachycephaly
hyperbranched

Literary usage of Hyperbolists

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1. The Metropolitan (1844)
"... and accompanying the request with all the entreaties common with the pauper hyperbolists of the East. The man of wealth characteristically calls him a ..."

2. An Inquiry Into the Modern Prevailing Notions Respecting that Freedom of by Jonathan Edwards (1831)
"The friends of the first of the curves would think themselves justified in denouncing the hyperbolists as extravagant heretics ; while these, and with equal ..."

3. A Memoir of the Life and Writings of the Late William Taylor of Norwich by Robert Southey, Walter Scott (1843)
"What I said of Jef- fray respected his talents, not his consistency : he always exaggerates, as every stimulant writer must do: and all hyperbolists appear ..."

4. First Footsteps in East Africa; Or, An Exploration of Härar by Richard Francis Burton, John Hanning Speke, William C. Barker (1856)
"... was certain destruction,— I contented myself with determining that both were true Oriental hyperbolists, and fell into more frequent fits of passion. ..."

5. Essay on the Application of Abstract Reasoning to the Christian Doctrines by Isaac Taylor (1832)
"The friends of the first of the curves would think themselves justified in denouncing the hyperbolists as extravagant heretics; while these, and with equal ..."

6. Papers on Literary and Philosophical Subjects: Including a Selection from by Patrick Campbell Macdougall (1852)
"The friends of the first of the curves would think themselves justified in denouncing the hyperbolists as extravagant heretics ; while these, and with equal ..."

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