Synonyms for intensity:
Other synonyms and related words:
fervency, color, vigorousness, fervor, extravagance, enthusiasm, concentration, metier, eagerness, Ardency, vigor, mass, persuasiveness, fervidness, strength, emotion, brashness, military capability, heat, force, stress, military strength, gaudiness, forcefulness, book, resistance, intensity level, pattern, fanaticism, passion, tawdriness, potency, excitement, glitz, size, saturation, vividness, chroma, colour, volume, zeal, garishness, strong suit, fire, meretriciousness, inspiration, vitality, specialty, passionateness, warmth, military posture, effectiveness, depth, measurement, long suit, sound, strong point, emphasis, Intenseness, flashiness, speciality, earnestness, loudness, impregnation, ferociousness, ardor, aggressiveness, intensiveness, Vehemency, reverberation, lastingness, power, poignancy, posture, drama, enduringness, forte, durability, bulk.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
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Sense 4 (noun)
pattern, noise, resonance, sound, reverberation.
intensity level, strength.
passion, force (noun)
ferociousness, sharpness, earnestness, depth, vehemence, keenness, fervor, vigor, forcefulness, concentration, ferocity, strength, severity, acuteness, fury, ardor, fervency, violence, fire, volume, emotion, power, fanaticism, potency, force, Intenseness, wildness, magnitude, emphasis, excitement, fierceness.
unit of measurement (noun)
destructiveness, thuggery, barbarity, attack, turmoil, insurrection, fight, uproar, brutishness, atrocity, ferocity, torture, terrorism, abuse, inhumanity, assault, fierceness, vandalism, frenzy, vehemence, brawl, savagery, commotion, rage, fury, wildness, violence, outrage, broil, brutality, fracas.
Usage examples for intensity:
- " Never," said the girl, with equal intensity. - "April Hopes", William Dean Howells Last Updated: February 27, 2009.
- If the human voice speaking into the transmitter is low pitched there are slow variations in the intensity of the radio current. - "Letters of a Radio-Engineer to His Son", John Mills.
- His manner- his speech- everything said so but the tightly- clasped hands, and perhaps too a certain intensity of look in the eyes, which seemed anxious and constrained. - "Macleod of Dare", William Black.