[ UK /ɪntˈɛnsɪfˌa‍ɪd/ ]
[ US /ɪnˈtɛnsəˌfaɪd/ ]
  1. made more intense
    the intensified scrutiny of the candidate's background
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How To Use intensified In A Sentence

  • The bolide probably prolonged and intensified the change, and may have weighed heavily in favor of mammals or birds and against non - avian dinosaurs.
  • The wind and rain intensified as they watched the deadly twisters move towards them.
  • The fighting in the area has intensified sharply.
  • The lady watched fretfully as the men came closer to hitting Mack with their bullets and ran much faster than before as their rage intensified.
  • While the use of accounting information intensified, there was no marked change in the system itself.
  • Although its cries were becoming increasingly desperate as the din of barking and shouting intensified, the thought of trying to help never entered my mind.
  • (Anger's poisonous energy is intensified in cramped spaces). Judith Orloff MD: How to Cope with Personal Space Intruders (VIDEO)
  • Today, with the market competition becoming more and more intensified, the competition of commodity price has already become the normal competition phenomenon among enterprises.
  • Pressure has been intensified by a number of high-profile libel cases and a growing realisation the legal costs in such cases are completely ruinous.
  • On the basis of this mutual agreement of the two parties, according to which each of them defends only his claims and his cause, renouncing all personal or egoistic considerations, the conflict is fought with unattenuated sharpness, following its own intrinsic logic, and being neither intensified nor moderated by subjective factors. Conflict and The Web of Group-Affiliations
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