Examples of increased in a Sentence
an increased concentration of sugar in the bloodstream
Recent Examples of increased from the Web
These include setting up fake mailing addresses in low-cost member-states and bouncing workers between several countries to avoid the increased costs that permanent employment would bring.
But, according to Buzzfeed, Amazon noted in its 2016 annual report that an increased number of scams could drive up the cost of the A-to-z program.
Increased strength and confidence should lead to better defensive play and shooting.
This growth was attributed to an increased emphasis on preventive care, higher rates of chronic conditions, and demand from aging Baby Boomers.
No third row of seating offered for increased capacity; no V-6 engine offered.
Increased events would bring in $34 million over six years, which would also be used for the renovation.
Earlier this year the institute proposed a state budget that relied on no increased taxes.
But not Oak Park, which upsets the village's employers, who contend increased wages will force them to lay off workers and raise prices.
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First Known Use of increased
Synonymselevated, escalated, heightened, high, jacked (up), raised, up
Related Wordsextreme, full, maximized, maximum, peaked, sky-high, utmost; inflated, over, overfilled, overflowing, overfull, overlarge, overloaded, oversize (or oversized)
Near Antonymsdecreased, depressed, dropped, knockdown [chiefly British], receded, under
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