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Filled or broadened by or like by gasoline or environment.
Unduly increased or aggrandized; distended: an inflated estimation; an inflated ego.
filled with vacant or pretentious language; bombastic.
Raised or broadened to irregular amounts: an inflated economy; inflated earnings.
Hollow and enlarged: an inflated calyx.
filled up with atmosphere or liquid
broadened; in a state of inflation, of uncommonly increased dimensions, amount, etc.
: In a state of higher cost.
Pompous; arrogant (of one or ego)
Containing exorbitant, meaningless words, specially for program
Higher that real figure
Filled, as with atmosphere or fuel; blown up; distended.
Turgid; swelling; puffed up; bombastic; pompous.
Hollow and distended, as a perianth, corolla, nectary, or pericarp.
Distended or increased fictitiously or without due cause
enlarged beyond truth or reasonableness
pretentious (especially for language or beliefs)
Easy past tense and past participle of inflate.
Swollen or puffed out-by atmosphere or fuel; hence, in zoology and botany, distended or dilated in just about every course, and hollowed out, as if by rising prices: because, inflated petioles; inflated bladderwort: used in conchology to rotund shells of light, slim texture, in contradistinction from ventricose.
Turgid; bombastic; pompous: since, inflated oratory.