augmented

[ verb awg-ment; noun awg-ment ]SEE DEFINITION OF augmented

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AUGMENTED

Every attention which was now paid to me augmented my dear mother's apprehensions.

These movements had augmented the trouble and curiosity of every one.

This attachment was only augmented by the difficulty of seeing each other.

On Tuesday the success was repeated artistically and augmented financially.

The other expressed by look and tone an augmented consciousness of the unexpected.

And yet Savage's look of pure fright only augmented Sally's solicitude for her employer.

And from above Manuel's shout rolled, augmented, between the rocks.

This conditioning process will be augmented by the use of the sleep period.

They were augmented from below, but the stand was of no avail.

What remains, ramifies itself in vain, the quantity cannot be augmented.

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