enlarge[ en-lahrj ]SEE DEFINITION OF enlarge
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENLARGE
Travel, says she—enlarge your mind—why, how big would she have it?
I shall not enlarge on this, since most of us are in a position to enlarge on it for ourselves.
The Viceroy, constrained to enlarge him, allotted the town for his place of confinement.
You tell me we ought to enlarge our sphere of sensation, and to extend the sources of happiness.
On this part of the subject, however, I must not enlarge at present.
That was how, when I had gained some sort of opening, I set to work to enlarge it.
This being a self-evident proposition, we shall not enlarge upon it.
He hoped to enlarge it greatly now that the country was going to be settled.
It is said that the suffrage is to be given to enlarge the sphere of woman's influence.
I will not enlarge on the family antecedents of the great composers.