I suppose using such hyperbole makes him feel good about himself.
This isn't mere hyperbole.
His claim to be the smartest kid in the school was a bit of a hyperbole!
Using hyperbole can confuse the speaker's intended message.
Politicians use an excessive amount of hyperbole.
Many jokes are often founded upon hyperbole.
Little children often speak almost exclusively in hyperbole.
Many television commercials are full of hyperbole, masking any truth that they might contain.
The summer blockbuster is being promoted with all the usual hyperbole.
Maurice is always blurring the facts with hyperbole.
During the hurricane, it seemed as though the hyperbole, “raining cats and dogs”, was almost accurate.
My aunt is a bit of a drama queen, and she uses hyperbole in almost every sentence.