mid-15c., "act of making greater," from Old French augmentacion "increase," from Late Latin augmentationem (nominative augmentatio), noun of action from past participle stem of augmentare (see augment). Meaning "amount by which something is increased" is from 1520s. Musical sense is from 1590s.
1. The augmentation of the army began along traditional lines.
2. Augmentation in population made emigration necessary.
3. Conclusion Augmentation chin with autogenous mandibule bone is a good method.
4. Learn the craft augmentation with the new Inscription profession.
5. Learn the craft of spell augmentation with the new Inion profession.