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  • It was a great augmentation of my uneasiness to be bereaved, at this eventful crisis, of the inestimable services of Miss Mills.
  • It has gradually augmented, until it assumes the appearance of aberration of intellect.
  • She, who so gloried in my fame, and so looked forward to its augmentation, well knew that I would labour on.
  • If the events I go on to relate, had not thickened around me, in the beginning to confuse, and in the end to augment, my affliction, it is possible (though I think not probable), that I might have fallen at once into this condition.
  • It was Mrs. Steerforth, who gave me her hand more coldly than of yore, and with an augmentation of her former stateliness of manner, but still, I perceived — and I was touched by it — with an ineffaceable remembrance of my old love for her son.

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  • Our school district hired a new counselor to augment our college counseling service.
  • The purpose of this exercise is to augment to natural vocabulary growth that comes with reading.

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