- shrink, abridge, lower, reduce, intern, confine, condense, compress, remove, withdraw, commit, incarcerate, fetter, fall, deduct, curtail, subdue, handcuff, shorten, conquer, lock, stop, trammel, retrench, decline, decrease, manacle, slump, imprison, restrain, drop, enchain, halt, enslave, dissever, immure, subjugate, constrict, abstract, diminish, restrict, narrow, abbreviate, wane, shackle, minify, jail, contract, cut, lessen, simplify, bind.
These methods were generally successful; few of the princes had ever wished to enlarge their bounds, but passed their lives in full conviction that they had all within their reach that art or nature could bestow, and pitied those whom nature had excluded from this seat of tranquillity as the sport of chance and the slaves of misery. "Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia" by Samuel Johnson
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increase, enlarge, augment, multiply mean to make or become greater. increase
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Synonyms and antonyms for enlarge. 1. enlarge (v.) make larger. Synonyms:
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1. enlarged (adj.) (of an organ or body part) excessively enlarged as a result of
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