(v) To make something seem greater; exaggerate; to make greater in power or influence; to increase the scope of; enlarge; extend.
(n) The condition of exceeding reasonable or proper limits; excessiveness; extravagance.
(adj) Characterized by pretended or affected grandeur; pompous; characterized by greatness of scope or intent.
(n) An exaggerated statement often used as a figure of speech.
(adj) Not temperate or moderate.
(v) To preoccupy the mind excessively.
(n) The state of having or displaying great wealth and luxury; a state of abundance.
(adj) Recklessly wasteful or extravagant; completely given over to self-indulgence.
(v) To gratify to excess; to satisfy fully.
(adj) Beyond what is required or sufficient; extra.
(n) A natural attraction; liking; similarity based on relationship or casual connection; chemical or physical attraction.
(n) Active hatred; a hostile attitude.
(n) A strong feeling or dislike, distaste, or opposition.
(adj) Marked by or showing warmth of emotion or desire; passionate; marked by enthusiasm or eagerness.
(adj) Deserving to be regarded with a feeling of dislike and disrespect.
(v) To consider to reject as unworthy; treat as inferior; scorn. (n) A feeling of dislike and disrespect; scorn.
(adj) Inspired with love; charmed; captivated.
(v) To destroy the affection or friendliness of; to make hostile or unsympathetic; alienate.
(n) A definite and habitual liking; inclination.
(n) A feeling of strong dislike or distaste.