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Building on the core Xbox One controller, the Xbox Elite Series 2 features a host of augments and upgrades, including customizable buttons and swappable D-pads, to a wireless charging dock.

But Sex Box, with its ridiculous guinea pigs screwing conceit, will only augment our cultural hang-ups about sex.

These are successful Americanizations of the culturally unique ancestors, and they augment what American cinema prizes.

He seems to have done an acceptable job in that posting, so why not just continue and augment the relationship?

SmartGlass will augment your gaming experience in a couple of ways.

At dinner, she instructed the waiter to augment the french fries her husband had ordered with a side of spinach.

Le nombre des Marchaux fut limit et non augment sous la Restoration.

The Secretary's remedy is to set them to raise provisions themselves, and thus augment the supply, while they diminish the demand.

But this one affection only served to augment the mischief that he wrought.

Evacuantia, L. Medicines which augment the secretions or excretions.

The duty of a being is to persevere in its being and even to augment the characteristics which specialize it.


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Augment, a somewhat formal word, means to make greater, especially by addition from the outside: to augment one’s income (by doing extra work). To increase means to make greater, as in quantity, extent, or degree: to increase someone’s salary; to increase the velocity; to increase the (degree of) concentration. Enlarge means to make greater in size, extent, or range: to enlarge a building, a business, one’s conceptions.

On this page you'll find 132 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to augment, such as: add to, amplify, boost, build up, develop, and enhance.

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