Synonym: broaden, enhance, enlarge, exaggerate, expand, extend, increase, inflate, intensify, stretch. Antonym: diminish, minify, reduce. Similar words: magnificent, magnitude, magnet, significant, significance, magnetic, significantly, magnetism. Meaning: ['mægnɪfaɪ] v. 1. increase in size, volume or significance 2. to enlarge beyond bounds or the truth 3. make large.
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1. His father's advice does not magnify with him.
2. The report tends to magnify the risks involved.
3. My soul doth magnify the Lord.
4. I want to magnify my mother's picture.
5. My soul does magnify the Lord.
6. She is inclined to magnify her troubles.
7. He tried to magnify the part he played in the battle.
8. He tried to magnify the part he acted in the play.
9. A lens would magnify the picture so it would be like looking at a large TV screen.
10. This report tends to magnify the risks involved.
11. Compliment people. Magnify their strengths, not their weaknesses. Joyce Meyer
12. This microscope can magnify an object up to forty times.
13. Binoculars magnify far-off objects.
14. Shaving mirrors are slightly curved in order to magnify the image.
15. Remember to magnify His work, Of which men sing.
16. The insanity can magnify and motorize the snail mail.
17. His eyeglasses magnify phrases so he can read them.
18. Poverty and human folly magnify natural disasters.
19. Ned likes to magnify his achievements.
20. His eyeglasses magnify words so he can read them.
21. He is inclined to magnify the difficulties.
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22. Tony wanted to magnify that picture.
23. Additionally, you can magnify a funny line by using the pause to accentuate your physical delivery.
24. Reflectional visible light sensor that can magnify the intensity of reflectional light by Darlington transistor is adopted in the sensor module.
25. Interfilamentary junction which connects branchial filaments magnify in size membrane and blood sinuses hidden become closer.
26. Most dictionaries define praise by giving synonyms like glorify, extol, commend, magnify, which is not really very helpful.
27. Every man who knows how to read has it in his power to magnify himself, to multiply the ways in which he exists, to make his life full, significant and interesting. Aldous Huxley
28. When you live alone it is very easy to magnify every little ache and pain into a life-threatening illness.
29. Toy problems may converge in a reasonable amount of time; real problems may magnify the task beyond reasonable limits.
30. He sought not to efface sorrow by forgetfulness, but to magnify and dignify it by hope.
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