- v. present participle of enlarge.
“Even then, the person is unlikely to succeed in enlarging the meaning of the symbol if the generally accepted meaning is particularly potent or emotionally powerful.”
“He has zero knowledge and zero interest in enlarging his knowledge. wiley Says:”
“Web episodes and television films were already employed in enlarging the story and background of Battlestar Galactica.”
“If you ask me, which no one has, a good portion of the funds would be well spent in enlarging the poetry reading audience.”
“This abundant energy, along with better methods of production, better tools and machines, has been of enormous assistance in enlarging the Canadian's capacity to produce.”
“It is difficult for us to appreciate the magnitude of the undertaking involved-in enlarging the.”
“What I have said already will, perhaps, be sufficient to make clear what my viewpoint is, and I need not occupy more time in enlarging upon this thought.”
“In the meantime, however, the very best and foremost women suffer most; and a heavy check is placed on social progress by this difficulty in enlarging old conditions to suit new powers.”
“A sermon in Latin, enlarging on the blessings of peace, was delivered by Pace at the close of the service; and a salamander was sent up in the air in the direction of Guines, to the astonishment and terror of the beholders.”
“Expense will thus be avoided, and the money better employed in enlarging the sum applicable for his emancipation.”
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