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This week's word in the news: AMPLIFY

DEFINITION:
To make larger or more powerful; increase. To exaggerate.


FOUND IN THE NEWS:
TALLAHASSEE Some school choice advocates in South Florida are going so far as to offer incentives to parents in order to amplify the perception of public support for a controversial K-12 public schools bill that many are clamoring for Gov. Rick Scott to veto.
The Miami Herald -- 05/22/2017