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Her militancy intensified during her complex relationship with Walter Heaton, a married, British, self-described revolutionary socialist to whom she gave a lot of money.

Some experts lauded the idea of shifting to remote learning, saying the pandemic has intensified.

As covid-19 surges nationwide, the debate over school reopening has intensified.

It’s a trend that may well intensify as Apple silicon ushers in the next era of Macs.

Courtship behaviors begin in January or February, when hormones intensify the owls' calling and give it an amorous spin.

And Demme, by barely indicating the visual presence of the audience until the end, intensifies the closed-off, hermetic feeling.

Indeed, in conflict situations the rhetoric around honor often intensifies.

You know, as we got closer to the end and ready to do it, the scrutiny intensifies and the conversations with the network happen.

An escalation of seems inevitable as the ideological competition on all sides intensifies and grows ever more emotional.

Political pressure intensifies further when cities run out of water.

The work as a whole seems to me to have considerable merit, and the interest of the music rises as that of the drama intensifies.

To place white by the side of a color heightens or intensifies the tone of that color.

Unconsciously it intensifies him to a superlative degree, and inspires him with an awe of itself that becomes sacred to him.

The contrast intensifies the light that shines from the love of Mary, and deepens the darkness of the traitor's sin.

We would not, of course, deny that the repetition of the thought in a changed form intensifies the rhythmic expression.


On this page you'll find 64 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to intensifies, such as: aggravate, add to, escalate, boost, build up, and step up.

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