1. inflated

adjective. ['ˌɪnˈfleɪtɪd'] enlarged beyond truth or reasonableness.


  • increased


  • tasteful
  • unostentatious

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Rhymes with Inflated

  • interrelated
  • translated
  • reinstated
  • desecrated
  • conjugated
  • unrelated
  • underweighted
  • underrated
  • recreated
  • unstated
  • unabated
  • restated
  • predated
  • overweighted
  • overrated
  • misstated
  • deflated
  • annotated
  • unrated
  • undated
  • sedated
  • related
  • equated
  • debated
  • created
  • berated
  • belated
  • stated
  • slated
  • skated

Sentences with inflated

1. Adjective
On the other hand, good news can lead to an inflated valuation that is unlikely to last.

2. Verb, past participle
Once inflated, you won't have much luck making a straight, long balloon curl.

Quotes about inflated

1. Despite his last name, I’ll bet Johnny Cash never had an inflated ego, or needed a wheelbarrow full of last name to go shopping.
- Jarod Kintz, Write like no one is reading 3

2. If she could no longer be called beautiful, she possessed something better-a knowledge of beauty; it’s inflated value, it’s inevitable loss.
- Hilary Thayer Hamann, Anthropology of an American Girl

3. Don’t you think most of those kids think too much about who got an A or a B when they were in law school and what that means to an inflated G.P.A. and not enough about the world?” asked Connor irrelevantly.
- Daniel Amory, Minor Snobs

2. inflated

adjective. ['ˌɪnˈfleɪtɪd'] pretentious (especially with regard to language or ideals).


  • pretentious
  • high-flown


  • ignoble
  • honest
  • plain