intensity[ in-ten-si-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF intensity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTENSITY
He wanted Avice Milbrey,—wanted her with an intensity as unreasoning as it was resistless.
She spoke softly, but with an intensity of supreme feeling in her voice.
Yet, in the intensity of her utterance, the feeble whisper struck like a shriek of horror.
It is all Hamlet over again, Hamlet wrought up to a higher pitch of intensity.
No one ever felt this intensity of jealous rage about a mother or a sister.
It is national in the broadest sense of the term, and primative and forcible to intensity.
In her intensity of grief her thoughts became audible in expressed words.
Does the intensity of our love equal the clearness of our discoveries?
They have not been fused in the rapture of some unique mood, not focussed by the intensity of an emotion.
But at last, caught up in its intensity, she gave him back his kisses.