Definition of Greatens

1. Verb. (third-person singular of greaten#English greaten) ¹



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Definition of Greatens

1. greaten [v] - See also: greaten

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Greatens

great vessels
great white heron
great white hope
great white shark
great white sharks
great year
great yellow gentian
great yellowcress
greatcoat
greatcoated
greatcoats
greate
greaten
greatened
greatening
greatens (current term)
greater
greater alar cartilage
greater alar cartilages
greater argentine
greater argonaut
greater arterial circle of iris
greater bamboo lemur
greater bamboo lemurs
greater bilby
greater burdock
greater celandine
greater circulation
greater cul-de-sac

Literary usage of Greatens

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1. Sacred Classics: Or, Cabinet Library of Divinity by Henry Stebbing, Richard Cattermole (1835)
"The word itself, indeed, properly taken, and according to its just extent, mightily greatens him ; ' Primate Usher's judgment may be seen in his Answer to ..."

2. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1889)
"Being committed against an infinit« majesty, it (sin) greatens, and rises to the height of an infinite demerit South, Sermons, ..."

3. Appreciation of Literature by George Edward Woodberry (1921)
"plain while they were of an aristocratic stamp, he greatens over them in the popular mind as age greatens over youth; but it was these companions who were ..."

4. To the End of the Trail by Richard Hovey (1908)
"HURT ME HURT mel For your dear sake I could be driven With whips of scorpions, and smile at Fate. Hurt me! It greatens me—it ..."

5. To the End of the Trail by Richard Hovey (1908)
"HURT ME HURT me! For your dear sake I could be driven With whips of scorpions, and smile at Fate. Hurt me! It greatens me—it ..."

6. Speeches, Addresses, and Occasional Sermons by Theodore Parker (1867)
"The chief object of desire is not always the same in the course of a nation's history. A nation now greatens the centripetal power, strengthening the king ..."

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