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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of enlarge.

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Examples

  • I use this name for want of a better, and I mean the quality in the light of which the artist sees deep into his subject, undergoes it, absorbs it, discovers in it new things that were not on the surface, becomes patient with it, and almost reverent, and, in short, enlarges and humanizes the technical problem.

    Picture and Text 1893

  • But because it enlarges the resource of talent on which the country can expect to draw leadership.

    The Good Fight

  • But because it enlarges the resource of talent on which the country can expect to draw leadership.

    The Good Fight

  • But because it enlarges the resource of talent on which the country can expect to draw leadership.

    The Good Fight

  • The disease, which enlarges and weakens heart muscles, often is undetected.

    Wes Leonard, Michigan high-school star, dies after hitting game-winner

  • It also enlarges Greece's debts, despite using guarantee techniques borrowed from the 1980s-era Brady Plan, which helped relieve Latin America's debt crisis.

    Move Buys Time for Greece, But Growing Debt Looms

  • His budget permanently enlarges the size of government.

    The GOP Path to Prosperity

  • As you age, your prostate gland naturally enlarges.

    Fish Like A Geezer

  • The two quotes above betray a real disregard of history — any smart lawyer should be able to tell you as much about the past as an historian who gets trained, and does it full time, and specializes in a particular period, and constantly enlarges his knowledge by reading the record of that period, and confers with similarly specialized colleagues.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » So a Libertarian and a Liberal Walk into a Bar

  • A fine selection of Ingres's drawings from the Morgan's collection, elsewhere in the museum, enlarges the argument.

    Drawn to Revolution

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