to weaken, damage, or cause the failure of something; undermine:
Large drug cartels can undercut their smaller rivals.
(of a statement) false and defamatory; slanderous.
Once Trump stepped down from a political platform, his calumnious speeches provoked baying applause from audiences, he was courteous and considerate even to foreign politicians he had just slandered in the speech
increasing or reviving after a period of little activity, popularity, or occurrence
A resurgent nationalism of Soviet Union in the modern Russia.
represent something as being larger, better, or worse than it really is; exaggerate
People with paranoid schizophrenia are prone to hyperbolize and invent details that just aren't there
the approach to art exemplified by the Aesthetic Movement
Soviet aestheticism is composed of pride, violence and order
to weave together, as threads, strands, branches, or roots
a perfect interweave of coke and mentos.