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Adjective
Distended or expanded, typically through being filled with air or gas
“His first design used a number of thin inflated tubes inside a leather cover.”
Adjective
Excessively or unreasonably high
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“The purpose was to prevent unscrupulous creditors from using grossly inflated fees and charges to take advantage of unwitting customers.”
Adjective
Of exaggerated importance or value
“A report in the local journal would have its readers believe that Jennie stole the show, providing a greatly inflated description of her performance.”
Adjective
Involving the use of exaggerated or flowery writing or language
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“The stage figure in no way measures up to this verbal portrait of Swetnam as a producer of strangled, inflated prose.”
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Very expensive in price
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Intended to impress in a showy manner
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Large in amount, level or degree
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Having or showing an excessively high opinion of one's appearance, abilities, or worth
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Raised in quantity, volume or degree
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Having a high rank or social standing
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Tight as a tick
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Wildly exaggerated or improbable
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Air-filled
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Of the highest quality
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Having a surfeit of body fat
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Verb
To have made a quantity bigger
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“They are also concerned not to inflate building costs - which happened in the late 1990s - and to ensure they get value for money.”
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Past tense for to give an impression of greater importance than is justified
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“The figures suggested by Trives are grossly inflated and completely unrealistic having regard to the exigent circumstances.”
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Past tense for become distended with air or gas
“Unfortunately the balloon refused to inflate properly and just dragged along on the surface of the sea.”
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Past tense for to swell or protrude to an incongruous extent
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Past tense for make or become stiff or rigid
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