intensified

[ in-ten-suh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF intensified

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTENSIFIED

And must not the vigor, from what we have seen, have been intensified in Plautus?

This feeling was intensified by the belief that Swift, as a clergyman, was insincere.

Marion and I are only an intensified instance of what may be done by living together.

The one just received had intensified the effect a hundredfold.

It was unconscious, this smile was, though just after he had said something it got intensified for an instant.

And from the ship's new and nearer position this disadvantage was intensified.

Most notable, probably, are the passages in which he intensified the expression of his source.

I was lonesome, and the autumn evening intensified my feelings.

The lack of soldiers among them intensified the unruly spirit in the Winnebagoes.

Even those few moments of rest had intensified his weariness.

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