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in-gravēscō —, —, ere, inch.

ingravo, to grow burdensome, be wearied: corpora exercitationum defatigatione ingravescunt.—To increase, be aggravated, grow worse: morbus ingravescens: ingravescens aetas: in dies, becomes oppressive: annona ingravescere consuevit, to grow dearer, Cs.To grow in importance: hoc studium cottidie ingravescit, becomes more engrossing.

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