harsh·en verb \ˈhär-shən\
: to make (as a voice) harsh
: to become harsh <saw the grain of his skin harshening over face bones — Elizabeth Bowen>
Examples of HARSHEN
- <recent changes to the drunk driving laws harshen penalties for repeat offenders>
First Known Use of HARSHEN
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