Synonyms for intense
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Traffic was intense, and had reached what might be supposed its acme.
I too want to have experiences, to live where life's beat is most intense.
The hostility to this seemingly harmless teaching was of the most intense.
He went close to the Inspector, and spoke with intense seriousness.
His passion is so intense that he has no desire to paint her seduction as greater than it was.
More than this, there is about sorrow an intense, an extraordinary reality.
"Don't keep me in suspense like this," cried the girl in a low but intense voice.
So Philip Crane, to his intense delight, was summoned to Ringwood.
She made no answer, but simply looked at him with intense sadness.
An intense feeling of contempt so excited her that she stood up on her feet.
c.1400, from Middle French intense (13c.), from Latin intensus "stretched, strained, tight," originally past participle of intendere "to stretch out, strain" (see intend); thus, literally, "high-strung." Related: Intensely.
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