Part of speech:
Containing a considerable percentage of alcohol:
Warm and strong in color:
Free of pretense, falsehood, or affectation:
Extending continuously in the same direction without curving:
The definition of intensive is concentrated or strongly focused on a specific thing.
The definition of deep is going far down or far away, something strongly felt, or something that is hard to understand.
Using or based on data that are readily quantified or verified:
Lacking persuasiveness; unconvincing:
Hard to hear or understand, as from being husky or slurred:
Characterized by much action, emotion, etc.
Firmly directed or fixed; earnest; intense
Able to have an erection and hence to engage in sexual intercourse
Requiring or characterized by much strength or energy:
(Of food) From which none of its constituents has been removed.
Wordy or unclear:
Not subject to a given condition; exempt:
Intense in activity or feeling; vigorous or ardent:
Potent or strong:
With payment to be made by the receiver
Not diffused or dispersed
Designating certain vegetable and animal fats and oils thought to cause unhealthy levels of cholesterol in the bloodstream
gathered together or made less diffuse
Not stern; lenient:
To engross or hold (the gaze or attention, for example).
To furnish with a center
Focus is defined as to concentrate on something in particular. Focus is defined as to bring into view.
To enter into by contract; establish or settle by formal agreement:
Digest is defined as breaking down into parts that are easier to use or understand, or to condense information to make it easier to understand.
To bring under a single, central authority:
To strengthen; to confirm.
To move in a mass; crowd
To engage in focused thought on scriptural passages or on particular doctrines or mysteries of a religion, especially Christianity.
To make intense or more intense:
To harvest or pick:
To study or analyze:
To epitomize is defined as to be an example of something.
Compact means to pack or press firmly together.
To gather into a group; collect
To ruminate is to think seriously or deeply about something.
To think about intently; study carefully
To weigh is to determine how heavy something is or how much mass it has.
To think on; to meditate on.
To think deeply; deliberate; meditate
In a direct manner; directly
To collect or gather
To gather or accumulate a hoard.
(Football) To gather in a huddle
To become narrower; contract.
To cause too much blood, mucus, etc. to accumulate in the vessels of (a part of the body)
To gather together; assemble.
To gather and fly off in a swarm
To put aside, or accumulate, for use when needed
To assemble or gather:
To collect or combine.
To gather into a cluster, mass, or ball
To restrict the scope or freedom of; cramp:
Channel is defined as to direct or convey.
(Chemistry, biology) To convert into a stable or available form.
(Software engineering) To adapt a product for use in a particular country or region, typically by translating text into the language of that country or region and, if necessary, ensuring support of different character sets.
To embody is defined as to represent in bodily form or to bring together as a whole.
To gather or grow in a cluster or clusters
To recover control of:
To harvest and thresh with a combine
To direct or shift one's attention, abilities, thoughts, etc.
To devote or apply completely:
To devote is to dedicate yourself to a cause or a person.
To address or inscribe (a literary work, for example) to another as a mark of respect or affection.
To give in; yield
To address oneself to; to prepare oneself for; to apply oneself to; to direct one's speech or discourse to.
To frustrate, disappoint, and overthrow.
To break up and scatter in all directions; spread about; distribute widely
Ignore is defined as to deliberately disregard, or to avoid noticing.
To be carried along by circumstances; go along aimlessly
To have or formulate in the mind:
To separate (a thing, idea, etc.) into its parts so as to find out their nature, proportion, function, interrelationship, etc.
To bring together in common cause, interest, opinion, etc.; join, as in action, through fellowship, agreement, legal bonds, etc.
Work is defined as to put forth effort in order to accomplish something or to have a job.
To trim the edge of
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