Amin, whom we met in the park, says that his highs tend to extend and intensify whatever he was feeling already.
Pressure on the E.U. from the U.S. and Israel is likely to intensify in the face of the recent reports.
Droughts and food shocks may intensify political and military conflict: more resource wars, more grain-price revolutions.
The United States can also intensify its pursuit of solving the Syrian crisis diplomatically.
As fears of the virus hitting Europe intensify, health officials warn that paranoia and racial profiling may grow, as well.
At home the profound silence and seeming emptiness of the house served but to intensify her craving for companionship.
But he had the tact, if possible, to intensify his politeness toward her.
For lack of employment, the want of food and shelter, intensify the misery and lead to attacks on property.
The hum of buzzing insects seemed to intensify the summer heat.
Priscilla's engagement, instead of interrupting her intimacy with her chums on Friendly Terrace, seemed to intensify it.