Antonyms for more intensive

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Disappointment only drove Susan into more intensive activity.

This is due to superior gear and the more intensive use of it.

With the appearance of more intensive hoe-culture the labour is divided.

The nearer the college of agriculture library is to the university library, the more intensive should its collections become.

There is needed also the more intensive utilization of the fuel supply.

This gave impetus to the movement for more intensive education among Negroes throughout their communities.

The development of a more intensive cultivation must carry with it a much more careful consideration of the labour problem.

Atypical specimens or those to be used for illustration were set aside for separate shipment and more intensive examination.

The maps and field data secured furnish the basis for range improvement and more intensive range management.

In the eastern group agriculture was more intensive (except in the north) and pottery was more highly developed.