Encrease vs. Increase

Encrease vs. Increase — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Encrease and Increase

Encreasenoun

obsolete spelling of increase

Increaseverb

To become greater or larger.

Encreaseverb

obsolete spelling of increase

Increaseverb

To multiply; reproduce.

Increaseverb

To make greater or larger.

Increasenoun

The act of increasing

a steady increase in temperature.
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Increasenoun

The amount or rate by which something is increased

a tax increase of 15 percent.

Increasenoun

(Obsolete) Reproduction and spread; propagation.

Increaseverb

(intransitive) (of a quantity, etc.) To become larger or greater.

His rage only increased when I told him of the lost money.

Increaseverb

(transitive) To make (a quantity, etc.) larger.

Increaseverb

To multiply by the production of young; to be fertile, fruitful, or prolific.

Increaseverb

To become more nearly full; to show more of the surface; to wax.

The Moon increases.
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Increasenoun

An amount by which a quantity is increased.

Increasenoun

For a quantity, the act or process of becoming larger

Increasenoun

(knitting) The creation of one or more new stitches; see Increase (knitting).

Increasenoun

a quantity that is added;

there was an addition to property taxes this yearthey recorded the cattle's gain in weight over a period of weeks

Increasenoun

a change resulting in an increase;

the increase is scheduled for next month

Increasenoun

a process of becoming larger or longer or more numerous or more important;

the increase in unemploymentthe growth of population

Increasenoun

the amount by which something increases;

they proposed an increase of 15 percent in the fare

Increasenoun

the act of increasing something;

he gave me an increase in salary

Increaseverb

become bigger or greater in amount;

The amount of work increased

Increaseverb

make bigger or more;

The boss finally increased her salaryThe university increased the number of students it admitted