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.
Examples from the Web for intensification
But the second thing is the way this city has changed in recent years, the intensification of the separation.
An intensification of the vague footsteps I had thought I heard before.
All history teaches by example, and the Scriptural narrative is the intensification of history.Sermons|J. B. Lightfoot
It is a way out of ourselves, a breaking down of our individual separation, just as hate is an intensification of that.First and Last Things|H. G. Wells
British Dictionary definitions for intensification
verb -fies, -fying or -fied
Word Origin and History for intensification (1 of 2)
1847, noun of action from intensify.