Make or become fat or fatter: [with object]: he could do with some good food to fatten him up [no object]: Irish cattle fatten up quickly
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- But can the world's No. 1 food colossus fatten up its profits as it slashes costs?
- Is it inconceivable that some mergers may have been instigated and consummated in order to fatten up major credit unions in readiness for demutualisation?
- The farm, which would breed and fatten up to 150,000 hogs annually for slaughter, would have made the facility one of Alberta's largest hog operations.
Words that rhyme with fattenbaton, batten, flatten, harmattan, Manhattan, Mountbatten, paten, patten, pattern, platen, Saturn, slattern
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