enlarge

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  • Over the next thirty years the building was enlarged with a north and south wing.
  • Students have the chance to enlarge their social network during their study.
  • Development was therefore a matter of enlarging this into a fully formed being.
  • If unable to move one should not struggle except to enlarge the air space.
  • The building was a white-frame structure, enlarged from a home under construction.
  • Since the second term, the Election Committee was enlarged to its current size.
  • He is elected from among the oldest men of the enlarged families of the village.
  • Some of these are being enlarged to create a major lake at the center of the campus.
  • He further enlarged the College and developed its role as a source of policy advice.
  • Some regard them as the necessary result of successful and enlarging business. Cited from Usury, by Calvin Elliott
  • They received permission to build a covered bridge over the road and thus enlarge their property.
  • At other times it enlarges to several times its original size. Cited from Arizona Sketches, by Joseph A. Munk
  • He let his simple statement of fact stand without enlarging on it. Cited from Gunsight Pass, by William MacLeod Raine
  • This building was later enlarged by addition of four more rooms.
  • I purpose to enlarge the work from time to time, as circumstances may require. Cited from The Liberty Minstrel, by George W. Clark
  • To what extent is education the process of enlarging the content of words? Cited from The Vitalized School, by Francis B. Pearson
  • The change is due to an enlarging of the thought and life of man. Cited from Friendship, by Hugh Black
  • John coming after them opens it wide, thus enlarging our view and increasing our knowledge. Cited from A Life of St. John for the Young, by George Ludington Weed
  • He held this post until his death, improving and enlarging the water supply system.
  • Little by little it was enlarged to its present size.
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Meaning of enlarge

  • verb Make larger
    She enlarged the flower beds
  • verb Become larger or bigger