Pathways offers employment services no matter the intensiveness of the disability (they have a lottery system).
The intensiveness of cultivation has been reduced in the towns, the least remunerative no longer pays.
In many lessons the aim seems to be chiefly to enlarge certain concepts by adding to their intensiveness.
This order is, in a general way, the order of intensiveness of the several kinds of invention.
mid-15c., from French intensif (14c.), from Latin intens-, past participle stem of intendere (see intend). As a noun, 1813, from the adjective. Alternative intensitive is a malformation. Intensive care attested from 1958. Related: Intensively.