from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • See heighten, heightener.


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  • Maggi seems to "highten" and intensify the flavor of soy sauce.

    My Love for Maggi Seasoning Sauce - Maggi Sauce

  • This is a great way to energize students and highten awareness of the importance of education at any level. very good idea

    Obama to speak at Michigan high school commencement

  • I don't agree with lying about anything in order to further or highten one's position.

    Dr Gyi

  • Also, CNN and other networks report double digits to highten drama. The real winner? John McCain

  • Some of this is, doubtless, an election year effort to highten public awareness of the differences between the parties, and if the current Congressional session is a kind of electoral spring training, I think we show a lot of promise for the regular season.

    Archive 2004-04-01

  • CYM tld will do nothing to highten Wales profile online, online quality bilingual content will do this.


  • "Rising rates of HIV infection among health workers leads to more absenteeism, reduced productivity and highten training and recruitment costs."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Groenewald said in the case of Rwanda, where there was already conflict, there was no guarantee that suppling weapons would not highten the conflict.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • We wish to warn management that interdicts will only serve to highten conflict rather than resolve the matter.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • I cannot overcome my too selfish sorrow, all her tenderness towards me, her care and anxiety for my welfare at all times, her watchfulness over my infant years, her advice and instruction in maturer age; all, all indear her memory to me, and highten my sorrow for her loss.

    Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 9 October 1775


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