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aggrandisements

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  • noun Plural form of aggrandisement.

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Examples

  • With my brother's fortune I made aggrandisements and eventually moved to the Rue de la Paix.

    Read-Aloud Plays

  • Nor can the psychological effect of these great aggrandisements of capital in the hands of a few banks be ignored.

    War-Time Financial Problems

  • She dreaded his having made ready in secret a great pageant in her honour, for she was afraid of all aggrandisements, and thought still it had been better that she had remained his sweet friend ever and not the

    The Fifth Queen Crowned

  • Hertford's son to an earldom, together with similar aggrandisements to other great servants of the Crown, the Council had resolved to hold a sitting on the 16th of February for the delivering and confirming of these honours, and that meantime, the late King not having granted, in writing, estates suitable to the support of these dignities, the Council, knowing his private wishes in that regard, had thought proper to grant to

    The Prince and the Pauper

  • Hertford's son to an earldom, together with similar aggrandisements to other great servants of the Crown, the Council had resolved to hold a sitting on the 16th of February for the delivering and confirming of these honours, and that meantime, the late King not having granted, in writing, estates suitable to the support of these dignities, the Council, knowing his private wishes in that regard, had thought proper to grant to

    The Prince and the Pauper, Part 4.

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