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  • 141exaggerated — ex ag·ger·at·ed || tɪd adj. overstated, made to seem greater or more important than it really is, overdone, excessive ex·ag·ger·ate || ɪg zædÊ’É™reɪt v. overstate, make something seem greater or more important than it really is; make… …

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  • 142exaggerates — ex·ag·ger·ate || ɪg zædÊ’É™reɪt v. overstate, make something seem greater or more important than it really is; make larger than normal …

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  • 143exaggerating — ex·ag·ger·ate || ɪg zædÊ’É™reɪt v. overstate, make something seem greater or more important than it really is; make larger than normal …

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  • 144extend — verb 1》 make larger or longer in space or time.     ↘occupy a specified area or continue for a specified distance. 2》 hold (something) out towards someone.     ↘offer or make available. 3》 (extend to) be applicable to. 4》 strain or exert to the… …

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  • 145extend — verb 1) he attempted to extend his dominions Syn: expand, enlarge, increase, make larger, make bigger; lengthen, widen, broaden Ant: reduce, shrink 2) the garden extends down to the road …

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  • 146balloon — n 1. aerostat, zeppelin, airship, dirigible, blimp, montgolfier, lighter than air craft. v 2. inflate, swell, swell out, bloat, belly, puff out, blow up, pump up, tumefy; dilate, distend, over distend, Obs. sufflate; expand, overexpand, stretch,… …

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  • 147amplify — [c]/ˈæmpləfaɪ / (say ampluhfuy) verb (amplified, amplifying) –verb (t) 1. to make larger or greater; enlarge; extend. 2. to expand in stating or describing, as by details, illustration, etc. 3. Electricity to increase the amplitude of (impulses… …

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  • 148up — /ʌp / (say up) adverb 1. to, towards, or in a more elevated position: to climb up to the top of a ladder. 2. into the air: to throw up a ball. 3. out of the ground: to dig up potatoes. 4. to or in an erect position: to stand up. 5. out of bed: to …

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  • 149Twelfth Night — (5/6 January)    Still regarded by many people as the end of the *Christmas season, and this has a long standing official sanction, as the Council of Tours of ad 567 ruled that the twelve days from the Nativity to the Epiphany would constitute… …

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  • 150develop — ► VERB (developed, developing) 1) become or make larger or more advanced. 2) start to exist, experience, or possess. 3) convert (land) to a new purpose, especially by constructing buildings. 4) treat (a photographic film) with chemicals to make a …

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  • 151developable — develop ► VERB (developed, developing) 1) become or make larger or more advanced. 2) start to exist, experience, or possess. 3) convert (land) to a new purpose, especially by constructing buildings. 4) treat (a photographic film) with chemicals… …

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  • 152developer — develop ► VERB (developed, developing) 1) become or make larger or more advanced. 2) start to exist, experience, or possess. 3) convert (land) to a new purpose, especially by constructing buildings. 4) treat (a photographic film) with chemicals… …

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  • 153extend — ► VERB 1) make larger in area. 2) cause to last longer. 3) occupy a specified area or continue for a specified distance. 4) hold out (one s hand or another part of one s body) towards someone. 5) offer; make available. DERIVATIVES extendability… …

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  • 154extendability — extend ► VERB 1) make larger in area. 2) cause to last longer. 3) occupy a specified area or continue for a specified distance. 4) hold out (one s hand or another part of one s body) towards someone. 5) offer; make available. DERIVATIVES… …

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  • 155extendable — extend ► VERB 1) make larger in area. 2) cause to last longer. 3) occupy a specified area or continue for a specified distance. 4) hold out (one s hand or another part of one s body) towards someone. 5) offer; make available. DERIVATIVES… …

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  • 156extendibility — extend ► VERB 1) make larger in area. 2) cause to last longer. 3) occupy a specified area or continue for a specified distance. 4) hold out (one s hand or another part of one s body) towards someone. 5) offer; make available. DERIVATIVES… …

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  • 157extendible — extend ► VERB 1) make larger in area. 2) cause to last longer. 3) occupy a specified area or continue for a specified distance. 4) hold out (one s hand or another part of one s body) towards someone. 5) offer; make available. DERIVATIVES… …

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  • 158extensibility — extend ► VERB 1) make larger in area. 2) cause to last longer. 3) occupy a specified area or continue for a specified distance. 4) hold out (one s hand or another part of one s body) towards someone. 5) offer; make available. DERIVATIVES… …

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  • 159extensible — extend ► VERB 1) make larger in area. 2) cause to last longer. 3) occupy a specified area or continue for a specified distance. 4) hold out (one s hand or another part of one s body) towards someone. 5) offer; make available. DERIVATIVES… …

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  • 160extend — v. 1 tr. & intr. lengthen or make larger in space or time. 2 tr. stretch or lay out at full length. 3 intr. & tr. (foll. by to, over) reach or be or make continuous over a certain area. 4 intr. (foll. by to) have a certain scope (the permit does… …

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