What is the opposite of reduced?

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Adjective
Opposite of made smaller
Adjective
(in amount) Opposite of meager or little
“This bizarre method of recruitment may explain why a substantial number of eligible candidates refused to apply for the role.”
Adjective
Opposite of cut or shortened, especially of a literary work
Adjective
Opposite of very small of its kind
Adjective
Opposite of consumed, exhausted
Adjective
Opposite of having been reduced in force, effect, or value
Adjective
(British, of prices) Opposite of extremely low in price as to be competitive
“I would love to expand our agenda in our itinerary but our budget just won't afford us those experiences with exorbitant prices!”
Adjective
Opposite of more concise
Adjective
Opposite of having distinct limits or boundaries
Adjective
(of a faculty or part of the body) Opposite of reduced in quality or efficacy
“Owls are known for having powerful vision used for hunting prey.”
Adjective
Opposite of significantly below an amount or level that is adequate
“Oliver insisted that he had plenty of water to drink, but his mother argued that it wasn't enough.”
Adjective
(of a substance or solution) Opposite of present in a high proportion relative to other substances
Adjective
Opposite of made easy
Adjective
Opposite of little or miniature
Adjective
Opposite of lower in rank or status
“He was now a reputable lawyer and would earn a promotion to the senior role of partner at the law firm.”
Adjective
Opposite of unsuitable for, or inconducive to, growing crops or vegetation
Adjective
Opposite of a smaller amount of
“Homer noted that professional athletes were always wanting more.”
Adjective
Opposite of lean and wrinkled by shrinkage as from age or illness
Adjective
Opposite of not as great or important as the other or the rest
“What evidence does he have that new sentencing laws are providing greater protection to the community from serious and recidivist offenders?”
Adjective
Opposite of not complete or absolute
“He wrote to Mr. Southcombe last month to ask for categorical assurance that the youngsters would not suffer any long-term health effects.”
Adjective
Opposite of completely overcome or helpless, especially with distress or exhaustion
Adjective
Opposite of compromised or decreased
Adjective
Opposite of ranking below things in importance
“I know we tend to treat patients as they come, but this is a particularly urgent case.”
Adjective
Opposite of bankrupt
Adjective
Opposite of weak or lacking in strength
“He said that his body felt strong and that he had never been in better shape.”
Determiner
Opposite of emphasizing insignificance
“Excelling at the firm often meant you would be relegated to positions of great influence.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to decrease in amount or degree
“It would be hazardous for your health if you increase the number of cigarettes you smoke daily.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to lower in length or size
“You can expand the size of the balloon by blowing into it.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to summarize
“Could you elaborate on your talking points to provide more detail?”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to lower in duration
“We are going to leave if you prolong your arrival time any further.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to bring to an undesirable state
“Keeping the ice cream in the freezer will prevent it from melting.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to lower in volume
“Please amplify the volume as I am unable to hear anything.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to lower in rank
“The firm would promote Joe to the role of executive director after his excellent performance.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to lower in price
“We can strategically raise the price of a commodity by limiting market supply.”
Verb
(cooking) Opposite of past tense for to thicken a liquid through heating
“Add enough water to dilute the mixture.”
Verb
(of weight) Opposite of past tense for to get rid of
“I actually need to gain weight as I am already too skinny.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to financially cripple
“The constant stream of revenue would grow the company for years to come.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to forcibly impose obedience or servitude upon
“The benevolent administration would invigorate their citizens with a careful array of tax cuts and social benefits.”
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