Intensified [verb]

Definition of Intensified:

make more forceful, severe

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Sentence/Example of Intensified:

There was a touching pathos in Jakey's voice as he sang, and it was intensified when he asked, "Doan' you 'member me, honey?"

Furthermore, the increased radicalism of the few was more than counterbalanced by the intensified conservatism of the many.

This was intensified after the Logan Trial and the shooting of the man who somehow seemed to have made her live in a new way.

Concentrated acids intensified the yellow color of the alcoholic solution.

Gioberti urged to him in vain that unsuccessful insurrections only discouraged the patriots and intensified the oppression.

All these vague imaginings, increased and intensified by solitude, weighed upon Gilliatt.

Stein's absence from North Germany had only intensified the sympathy of the people with his policy.

She had hoped to make a very different person of her daughter, and Sylvia's reappearance intensified her sense of defeat.

Under the new conditions Individualism will be far freer, far finer, and far more intensified than it is now.

I have heard it all before at many a concert, but this time it is intensified a thousandfold and penetrates even into my dreams.