verb (used with object), in·ten·si·fied, in·ten·si·fy·ing.
verb (used without object), in·ten·si·fied, in·ten·si·fy·ing.
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The pandemic has intensified those risks, and for Frick, put the need to speak up “on steroids now.”Why bat scientists are socially distancing from their subjects|Jerimiah Oetting|October 23, 2020|Science News
That signal tells us that climate change is intensifying wildfires and other weather events.It’s about time adults start rising up against climate change|Alexandria Villaseñor|October 21, 2020|Popular Science
When his daughter was born in 2010, Kaper’s desire to find his biological mother intensified.Despite mixed results, south Asian adoptees turn to DNA tests|Bhavya Dore|October 20, 2020|Quartz
While Emerson knowingly pushed the company into the red to make a meaningful expansion, growing the editorial, product, engineering and growth teams, the losses intensified as the wider advertising environment flagged.Inside the Atlantic’s triumphant and tumultuous run during the coronavirus pandemic|Steven Perlberg|October 20, 2020|Digiday
A warming climate is intensifying risks to forests that are already stressed by wildfires, drought, and pests.Healthy forests do more than just prevent wildfires|By Bales & Conklin/The Conversation|October 19, 2020|Popular Science
But the second thing is the way this city has changed in recent years, the intensification of the separation.
Recently we have witnessed a frightening exacerbation of internal discord and an ominous intensification of inflammatory rhetoric.
Consider the withdrawal from Iraq and the simultaneous intensification of the war against the Taliban.Bernard-Henri Lévy on Barack Obama’s Three Revolutions|Bernard-Henri Lévy|October 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The changes have resulted in an enormous intensification of our political activities.
They are natural means of intensification created directly by the emotion, though later modified by systematic invention.
In this order of sequence, moreover, these agencies represent a progressive intensification of the religious activity of cult.
This form of intensification from individual feeling to universal feeling is the basic form of Verhaeren's poem.
Now he loves the wind as one of the thousand things of the earth which contribute to the intensification of his vital feeling.