Thesaurus / magnify

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The pandemic has magnified it for whatever reason, and the players protesting did, too.
WHAT HAPPENED IN THE NBA THIS WEEK?SARA ZIEGLER (SARA.ZIEGLER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)AUGUST 28, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
A mishandled migration like this alone was likely to cause new problems and magnify existing ones.
For those people, being alone for extended periods of time can magnify or rehash old problems.
Samsung says the lens can magnify images 5X optically and 50X using software tricks.
Making sure this data is accurate and up to date has always been important and is just magnified by the uncertainty this situation has created for all businesses and consumers.
The fact that it was thought necessary to magnify so greatly this small success, showed how much the royalists lacked confidence.
In it he seemed to be trying at once to justify himself in my eyes, to assert his own self-respect, and to magnify his office.
THE CHAPLAIN OF THE FLEETWALTER BESANT AND JAMES RICE
The actors in such scenes were not slow to magnify and embellish their own services at the expense of truth.
We love Burns, and we pity him; and love and pity are prone to magnify.
LIFE OF ROBERT BURNSTHOMAS CARLYLE
There was never law, or sect, or opinion did so magnify goodness as the Christian religion doth.

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