greaten

great·en

 (grāt′n)
tr. & intr.v. great·ened, great·en·ing, great·ens Archaic
To make or become great or greater.

greaten

(ˈɡreɪtən)
vb
archaic to make or become great

great•en

(ˈgreɪt n)

v.t.
1. to make greater; enlarge; increase.
v.i.
2. to become greater.
[1325–75]

greaten


Past participle: greatened
Gerund: greatening

Imperative
greaten
greaten
Present
I greaten
you greaten
he/she/it greatens
we greaten
you greaten
they greaten
Preterite
I greatened
you greatened
he/she/it greatened
we greatened
you greatened
they greatened
Present Continuous
I am greatening
you are greatening
he/she/it is greatening
we are greatening
you are greatening
they are greatening
Present Perfect
I have greatened
you have greatened
he/she/it has greatened
we have greatened
you have greatened
they have greatened
Past Continuous
I was greatening
you were greatening
he/she/it was greatening
we were greatening
you were greatening
they were greatening
Past Perfect
I had greatened
you had greatened
he/she/it had greatened
we had greatened
you had greatened
they had greatened
Future
I will greaten
you will greaten
he/she/it will greaten
we will greaten
you will greaten
they will greaten
Future Perfect
I will have greatened
you will have greatened
he/she/it will have greatened
we will have greatened
you will have greatened
they will have greatened
Future Continuous
I will be greatening
you will be greatening
he/she/it will be greatening
we will be greatening
you will be greatening
they will be greatening
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been greatening
you have been greatening
he/she/it has been greatening
we have been greatening
you have been greatening
they have been greatening
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been greatening
you will have been greatening
he/she/it will have been greatening
we will have been greatening
you will have been greatening
they will have been greatening
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been greatening
you had been greatening
he/she/it had been greatening
we had been greatening
you had been greatening
they had been greatening
Conditional
I would greaten
you would greaten
he/she/it would greaten
we would greaten
you would greaten
they would greaten
Past Conditional
I would have greatened
you would have greatened
he/she/it would have greatened
we would have greatened
you would have greatened
they would have greatened
References in classic literature ?
And while the whole face was the incarnation of fierceness and strength, the primal melancholy from which he suffered seemed to greaten the lines of mouth and eye and brow, seemed to give a largeness and completeness which otherwise the face would have lacked.
But now the beings that chased them to Earth have come hunting and their power is greaten
(2.) WA 37, 64 , 32-35: "Man mus doch dem groben volk kindlich und einfeltiglich furbilden, als man immer kan, Sonst folget der zweyer eines, das sie entweder nichts da von lernen noch verstehen, odder wo sie auch wollen klug sein und mit vernunfft inn die hohen gedanken greaten, das sie gar vom glauben komen."
Here in a lone soul's lamentation at the loss of love, and love's lamentation at the loss of life, is dramatic evidence that although solitude may greaten grief, numbers greaten it unbearably too.
General semantics provides lessons on how to greaten one's thinking--for greater insight, greater clarity, greater argumentation, and inevitably greater social development.
Meanwhile, a development of 173 apartments has been proposed for Newtown involving the redevelopment of industrial and commercial premises in Greaten Street.