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Things increase often describes (“increase ________”)
intake, speed, awareness, heat, rate, dose, sales, production, pressure, size, number, productivity, efficiency, temperature, decrease, consumption, activity, frequency, strength, use, capacity, fluids, dosage, volume, knowledge, power, access, funding, levels, participation, opportunities, level, fiber, understanding, share, flexibility, ability, flow, resistance, investment, amount, taxes, support, output, satisfaction, quality, concentration, exercise, efforts, skills, revenue, intensity, range, weight, rates, profits, length, involvement, circulation, faith, distance, income, availability, protein, exposure, revenues, spending, motivation, risk, communication, supply, content, lapham, prices, fluid, tension, ventilation, effectiveness, mobility, tolerance, demand, security, resources, visibility, sensitivity, percentage, humidity, attendance, students, confidence, training

How increase often is described (“________ increase”)
rapid, significant, great, large, slight, further, marked, substantial, natural, corresponding, considerable, gradual, steady, sharp, dramatic, small, fold, annual, sudden, average, general, net, enormous, relative, progressive, total, greater, overall, tremendous, vast, consequent, apparent, greatest, recent, actual, initial, moderate, modest, remarkable, largest, huge, proportionate, temporary, concomitant, slow, massive, immediate, continuous, constant, absolute, proportional, induced, linear, appreciable, subsequent, transient, noticeable, observed, resultant, fourfold, exponential, notable, striking, threefold, smaller, maximum, continued, simultaneous, definite, permanent, yearly, compensatory, abrupt, abnormal, steep, dependent, phenomenal, immense, mean, alarming, marginal, twofold, extraordinary

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See increase used in context: 100 poetry verses, 27 Shakespeare works, 68 Bible passages, 300 definitions

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