Third-person singular simple present indicative form of embellish.(verb)
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Use "embellishes" in a sentence
"However, if the player is indeed being hooked or held, and the player being fouled "embellishes" his fall in an attempt to alert the referee to him being restrained, then it is quite conceivable that both players will be penalized."
"This loose coalition argues the Discovery Channel programming sensationalizes shark attacks and embellishes the dangers sharks pose to humans."
"Some of it is self-inflicted - he embellishes some of his reports, some of his career achievements - but then he gets dumped on by ads and he's in a very cynical political climate, where the things that you do that are subject to ridicule get played up while all the things you've achieved are forgotten, and so you're entire reputation really goes to the toilet."