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Definition of Magnified

  • enlarged to an abnormal degree.

How to use magnified in a sentence. Magnified pronunciation.

While the slightest inconveniences of the great are magnified into calamities, while tragedy mouths out their sufferings in all the strains of eloquence, the miseries of the poor are entirely disregarded; and yet some of the lower ranks of people undergo more real hardships in one day than those of a more exalted station suffer in their whole lives.
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The extraordinary linguistic gifts of a Mezzofanti were not, it is true, concentrated in Borrow (whose powers in this direction have been magnified), but they were sufficiently prominent in him to have a determining effect upon his mind.
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Naturally, it was magnified into a great military exploit, and raised the fame of Jackson to such a height, all over the country, that nothing could ever afterwards weaken his popularity, no matter what he did, lawful or unlawful.
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Nicholas Biddle of course was magnified into a great financier of uncommon genius,-the first business man in the whole country, a great financial autocrat, the idol of Philadelphia.
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Rumor had magnified the importance of Major Alan Hawke's secret service appointment, and the wanderer was astounded when the highest official of the Delhi College gravely saluted him.
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While the governess mused upon the extent of her proposed revelations to the handsome Major, that rising social star had adroitly exploited his long tete e tete with Captain Hardwicke to his host, and gracefully magnified the warmth of General Willoughby's personal welcome.
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She magnified the rakishness of the woman's hand on hip in view of the house, and she magnified the woman's insolence in bringing that man Morsfield-to share probably the hospitality of Steignton during the master's absence!
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Training undoubtedly accentuates inborn sex differences, and it is true that a reversal of training does lessen this difference; however, the weight of opinion at present is that differences in intellect and character do exist because of differences of sex, but that these have been unduly magnified.
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The doctor had not deceived them, had not magnified the trouble as she supposed; but it could not be that she was dead!
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Offences in which sex is concerned are often needlessly magnified by penalties, ranging from various forms of social ostracism to long sentences of penal servitude, which would be seen to be monstrously disproportionate to the real feeling against them if the removal of both the penalties and the taboo on their discussion made it possible for us to ascertain their real prevalence and estimation.
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And suddenly the sight of Victoria with a probable suitor-who at once had become magnified into an accepted suitor-had dispelled hope.
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There was much in his song of the Woodpecker tang; it was very nearly the springtime "cluck-cluck" of a magnified Flicker in black; and I gazed with open mouth until he thought fit to bound through the air to another woods.
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Now do I know my purpose magnified, Sure as of old, but learning in its flight, Of pity and the sad heart of man from you, And how the jealous and unmerciful, Being stricken down, are but poor sorrows too.
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She magnified the incident until her nerves were on edge, and Grace, finding her alternating between almost demonstrative affection and strange aloofness, was bewildered and hurt.
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Again the purple sage, magnified in color and size and wave, for long moments irritated her with its monotony.
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A mile and a half from town, I came to a grove of tall cocoanut trees, with clean, branchless stems reaching straight up sixty or seventy feet and topped with a spray of green foliage sheltering clusters of cocoa-nuts-not more picturesque than a forest of collossal ragged parasols, with bunches of magnified grapes under them, would be.
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And let Thy name be magnified for ever, so that it may be said, Jehovah Zebaoth_ (is) _God over Israel.
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For Thou hast magnified Thy word above all Thy name.
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And I will remove from you the Northman, and will drive him into the land dry and desolate; his van into the fore sea, and his rear into the hinder sea; and his stench shall come up, and his ill-savour shall arise, for he has magnified to do.
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The words, "For he has magnified to do," state the reason of the destruction of the locusts.
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Examples of Magnified

Example #1
It is impossible for those who are engaged in low and grovelling pursuits to entertain noble and generous sentiments.
Example #2
He that uses the crown of learning as an instrument of gain will pass away.
Example #3
Thus he was distinguished less for broad views than for an extraordinary faculty for detail; when he attempts to generalise we are likelier to get a flood of inconsequent prejudices than a steady flow of reasoned opinions.
Example #4
He plays o' the viol de gamboys, and speaks three or four languages word for word, without book.
Example #5
He was a victor over the Indians and over the English, and all his arbitrary acts were condoned by an admiring people who had but few military heroes to boast of.
Example #6
It had no effect on the war, for the treaty of peace, although not yet heard of, had been signed weeks before; but it enabled America to close the conflict with a splendid success, which offset the disasters and mistakes of the Northern campaigns.