enlarged

[ en-lahrj ]SEE DEFINITION OF enlarged

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENLARGED

The place is something like the Gaiety Theatre at Simla, enlarged twenty times.

Grant the Ballot, and the new corollary of enlarged suffrage.

They prepared a summary of the tale, and then enlarged the summary.

The interlude of fever had changed his views and enlarged his consciousness.

The sense of nationality is but an enlarged sense of personality.

A new and enlarged edition, with a brief Life of the author.

Then she enlarged with a flood of words on the propriety and advantages of such an union.

Through this society he enlarged his reputation as well as his education.

If the head and neck are enlarged, the trunk and extremities are cut short.

The limited affection is enlarged, and enabled to behold the ideal of all things.

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