increased

[ verb in-krees; noun in-krees ]SEE DEFINITION OF increased

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCREASED

The expected conference is over: but my difficulties are increased.

This increased his astonishment, and did not lessen the gloom on his face.

On the contrary, it increased in some measure his respect for her as one of his own kind.

Since then we have greatly diminished the iron and increased the copper.

He had increased also the amount of money that he periodically sent East.

Lucretia's defeat in the Handicap had increased his despondency.

It seemed to them as if the brightness of the moon had been increased, and was as resplendent as that of the sun.

This may have increased the resistance, but it adds to the steadiness.

The speed was increased from about 39 miles per hour to 42 1/2 miles per hour.

As the load is increased so must the surface area of the planes be increased.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INCREASED

ripe

adjectivefully developed; experienced
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