Examples of supersize in a Sentence
“I'll have the combo meal.” “Would you like to supersize it?”
we'll have to supersize our contributions to our retirement fund
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The most important thing is to not supersize anything.
The fluffy green globes—supersize diatoms as large as a head of cabbage—are one of the planet’s most unusual plants.
And musicians Rihanna and Lorde have sported springy, supersize looks.
Studios also made the questionable decision to supersize their summer blockbusters.
The Trump administration is set to supersize President Obama’s strategy to defeat Islamic State, sending more American forces to the region and lifting restraints on direct participation in combat and when to use armed force.
The $500 million bridge, with a higher clearance and a deeper channel, will let supersize oil tankers push into the inner harbor, spurring industrial growth and uncorking the port’s potential as a petrochemical trading hub.
At Ojai Valley Inn & Spa, pets can choose from a dedicated room service menu with items like baked salmon, a half-pound cheeseburger, and supersize dog biscuits.
Now the company is holding talks to supersize its video-channel business, not just in the U.S. but around the globe.
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First Known Use of supersize
Synonymsaccelerate, add (to), aggrandize, amplify, augment, boost, build up, compound, enlarge, escalate, expand, extend, hype, multiply, pump up, raise, swell, stoke, increase, up
Antonymsabate, decrease, de-escalate, diminish, downsize, dwindle, lessen, lower, minify, reduce, subtract (from)
Related Wordsboom, jump, skyrocket, spike; bump (up), ratchet (up) also rachet (up); blow up, dilate, distend, inflate; draw out, elongate, flesh (out), lengthen, prolong, protract, stretch; develop, enhance, heighten, intensify, magnify; complement, supplement; beef (up), reinforce (also reenforce), strengthen; maximize; accumulate, amass, collect; follow up, parlay
Near Antonymsabbreviate, abridge, curtail, shorten; compress, condense, constrict, contract; cut back, retrench
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