This only seemed to amplify the backlash against Stewart, especially from women.
“Embrace what people love to do and amplify it,” said Matthews.
She was determined—for her voice to be heard, and for it to amplify the voices of women throughout Libya.
Advancing Human Rights seeks to amplify the voices of human rights defenders in closed societies.
Society doesn't create these disorders, but it can amplify them, and by extension, it can diminish them.
In some places, owing to the obscurity of the original text, I have had to amplify the translation.
This defence is enough, but it is easy to amplify and reintrench it.
When you are satisfied with one, enlarge it to full size, correct and amplify it, and improve it in form and detail.
Rabbi Jeiteles interrupted his class to amplify upon the passage just read.
Opposition made it necessary to define his position, and threat made it wise to amplify and explain.
early 15c., "to enlarge or expand," from Middle French amplifier, from Latin amplificare "to enlarge," from amplificus "splendid," from amplus "large" (see ample) + the root of facere "make, do" (see factitious). Meaning "augment in volume or amount" is from 1570s. Restriction of use to sound seems to have emerged in the electronic age, c.1915, in reference to radio technology.