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(Calculate), verb account, appraise, assess, audit, compute, count, enumerate, estimate, evaluate, figure, measure, modify, reckon, suffix, sum, tally, total, valuate

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(Combine), verb adjoin, affix, agglutinate, alter, annex, append, attach, cement, clip to, conjoin, connect, couple, fuse, glue, innovate, match, mix, pair, put with, subjoin, superpose, tack on, unite, weld
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(Heighten), verb broaden, contribute, enhance, extend, greaten, grow, increase, inflate, insert, widen

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(Interject), verb express, include, inject, insert, inset, interpose, introduce, intromit, mention, state, supplement
See also: affix, append, attach, conjoin, contribute, enlarge, extend, heighten, interject, join, recruit, sum, supplement, supply, unite
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It is so hard to avoid speaking of the great things, and for a man in my position," he added, dropping his voice a little, "so difficult to say anything worth listening to about them, without at any rate the semblance of indiscretion."
You have the still, cold face of a surgeon--and the hands, too," she added, glancing at them.
By-the-bye, do you know the man two places down on your left?" he added dropping his voice a little.
"Yet Split-Nose said no; that he did not want to go back, but ahead; that they grew strong only as they added their strength together; and that, if the Fish-Eaters would add their strength to the Meat-Eaters, there would be no more fighting and no more watchers and no more guards, and that, with all men working, there would be so much food that each man would have to work not more than two hours a day.
The strength of the strong will be theirs, and they will add their strength together, so that, of all the men in the world, not one will fight with another.
"I must go there at once," he added, "or I shall not be in time."
Though you think it too soon to listen to the calls of humanity," he added, smiling archly, "I may be permitted to believe that gallantry is not forgotten by one so young as yourself.
`I told you butter wouldn't suit the works!' he added looking angrily at the March Hare.
`And be quick about it,' added the Hatter, `or you'll be asleep again before it's done.'
"It must be done," said Athos; then in a lower and more gentle voice, he added. "I wish it."
We lived together, we loved, we hated together; we shed, we mingled our blood together, and too probably, I may still add, that there may be yet a bond between us closer even than that of friendship; perhaps there may be the bond of crime; for we four, we once did condemn, judge and slay a human being whom we had not any right to cut off from this world, although apparently fitter for hell than for this life.
"And the pins they gave me for nothing!" the Professor added in high glee.