more concentrated[ kon-suh n-trey-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF more concentrated
Synonyms for more concentrated
- boiled down
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE CONCENTRATED
Lulu did not laugh; she grew more and more serious, more and more concentrated.
Now his powers and purposes are richer, stronger, more concentrated than ever.
Latterly, his views were more concentrated on the subject of religion.
The more concentrated a saline solution, the greater its electrical energy.
The artist's eye is "on the object" in more concentrated gaze than ever heretofore.
The direction of this current in the cell will be from the weaker to the more concentrated solution.
If one wants mere plant-food alone, he may often do better to add it in some more concentrated form.
Society had once more concentrated itself in New York, and still Ada was the brightest of its stars.
The free dilution favors the action, and is frequently more acceptable to the stomach than the more concentrated forms.
This served to relieve him at least, and also encouraged him to a more concentrated effort later.