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adj USA American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language

  1. Filled or expanded by or as if by gas or air.
  2. Unduly enlarged or aggrandized; swollen: an inflated estimate; an inflated ego.
  3. Full of empty or pretentious language; bombastic.
  4. Raised or expanded to abnormal levels: an inflated economy; inflated wages.
  5. Hollow and enlarged: an inflated calyx.

 

adj GB Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991,

better or more important than it really is; exaggerated filled with air

adj. Random House Kernerman Webster’s College Dictionary, © 2010 K Dictionaries Ltd.

  1. distended with air or gas; swollen.
  2. puffed up, as with pride.
  3. turgid or bombastic: inflated prose.
  4. unduly increased in level or amount: inflated costs.
  5. Bot. hollow and enlarged or swelled out.

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Filled up with or as if with something insubstantial:

flatulent, overblown, tumescent, tumid, turgid, windy.

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  1. raised, high, increased, enormous, unfair, excessive, exaggerated, extravagant, unreasonable, sky-high, inordinate, immoderate They had to buy everything at inflated prices at the ranch store.
  1. blown-up, pumped-up, filled-up, aerated Ninety per cent of vehicles had wrongly inflated tyres.

 

 

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  1. exaggerated, excessive, swollen, amplified, hyped, exalted, overblown They had an inflated idea of how good they were.

 

  1. elaborate, involved, fancy, detailed, complex, complicated, decorated,

extravagant, ornamented, high-flown, ornate, fussy, showy, ostentatious, bombastic, hyperbolic, grandiloquent Some of the most inflated prose is held up for ridicule

 

 

 

inflated – pretentious (especially with regard to language or ideals); “high-flown talk of preserving the moral tone of the school”; “a high-sounding dissertation on the means to attain social revolution”

 

  1. pretentious – making claim to or creating an appearance of (often undeserved) importance or distinction; “a pretentious country house”; “a pretentious fraud”; “a pretentious scholarly edition”

 

 

inflated – enlarged beyond truth or reasonableness; “a hyperbolic style”

 

  1. hyperbolic
  2. increased – made greater in size or amount or degree