1 They augment the grievances in such cases, although, in reality, the wrongs are not increased by them.
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2 They confided to each other in an ideal intimacy, which nothing could augment, their most secret and most mysterious thoughts.
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3 Absence, as is always the case in genuine and natural sentiments, had only served to augment the grandfather's love for the ungrateful child, who had gone off like a flash.
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4 The two bridges, situated thus close together, augment the peril; the water hurries in formidable wise through the arches.
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5 The former Dantes proposed to augment, the latter to remedy.
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6 In twenty minutes they were at Auteuil; the steward's emotion had continued to augment as they entered the village.
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7 No small number of these whaling seamen belong to the Azores, where the outward bound Nantucket whalers frequently touch to augment their crews from the hardy peasants of those rocky shores.
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8 The vast white headless phantom floats further and further from the ship, and every rod that it so floats, what seem square roods of sharks and cubic roods of fowls, augment the murderous din.
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9 She was confident of having performed her duty, and to fret over unavoidable evils, or augment them by anxiety, was no part of her disposition.
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10 Mrs. Norris, whose attachment seemed to augment with the demerits of her niece, would have had her received at home and countenanced by them all.
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11 Meanwhile, at the other end of the town there was in progress an event which was destined to augment still further the unpleasantness of our hero's position.
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12 s presence would do nothing to augment the effect of it.
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13 Unhappiness, which also possesses a clearness of vision of its own, augmented the small amount of daylight which existed in this mind.
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14 His discomfort was augmented by all the reflections which occurred to him.
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15 What augmented Father Gillenormand's secret suffering was, that he locked it all up within his breast, and did not allow its existence to be divined.
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