But Sex Box, with its ridiculous guinea pigs screwing conceit, will only augment our cultural hang-ups about sex.
SmartGlass will augment your gaming experience in a couple of ways.
He seems to have done an acceptable job in that posting, so why not just continue and augment the relationship?
Yet he has kept his legal team busy filing a (new) bombshell pleading to augment his January 2011 bankruptcy case.
But these will likely replace, not augment, the carriers now in service.
Instead, therefore, of listening to the wise counsels of Wallenstein he hastened to augment his forces.
These seemed only to augment the mirth and spitefulness of his tormentors.
In granting the increase Congress authorized the President in his discretion to augment that force to 87,800.
It served, however, to augment Carrie's dissatisfaction with her state.
The capitalists, then, use 500 for their consumption but augment their capital by another 500.
c.1400, from Old French augmenter "increase, enhance" (14c.), from Late Latin augmentare "to increase," from Latin augmentum "an increase," from augere "to increase, make big, enlarge, enrich," from PIE root *aug- "to increase" (cf. Sanskrit ojas- "strength;" Lithuanian augu "to grow," aukstas "high, of superior rank;" Greek auxo "increase," auxein "to increase;" Gothic aukan "to grow, increase;" Old English eacien "to increase"). Related: Augmented; augmenting. As a noun from early 15c.