intensify[ in-ten-suh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF intensify
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTENSIFY
Old age and decay, bad enough in themselves, we intensify by our habits of mind.
But he had the tact, if possible, to intensify his politeness toward her.
He then appealed to the people to intensify their conservation of wheat.
The hum of buzzing insects seemed to intensify the summer heat.
In order to intensify his will and concentrate it upon her, he was drawing her portrait from memory.
The whole proceeding served only to intensify Marjorie's despondency.
The beast has been wounded, but this shall only serve to intensify its rage.
The effect of this dissimulation was to intensify their sensibility.
The sounds of bird life seemed only to intensify the effect of solitude.
She has trouble with her eyes which a nervous shock might intensify.