intensiveness intensiveness

Definition(s):

  • (n) high level or degree; the property of being intense

Usage(s):

  1. One would attribute a higher degree of impartiality to the press if irregularities had always been treated with a uniform degree of intensiveness.
  2. One would attribute a higher degree of impartiality to the press if irregularities had always been treated with a uniform degree of intensiveness.
  3. Warfare since Clausewitz has grown more refined, and American officials now look at it more in terms of intensiveness than offensiveness.

Quotes

  1. "You've got to outwork them because they're such a good team," Portland head coach Nate McMillan said of the Spurs. "Any time you beat these elite teams you've got to come with a lot of energy and intensiveness for the whole game."
    on Nov 1, 2008 By: Nate McMillan Source: Bradenton Herald

  2. "It's my first time to practice and do the workout in my uniform with a really good level of intensiveness and nervousness," Matsuzaka said through translator Sachiyo Sekiguchi. "I'm a little tired, but overall I had a good time."
    on Feb 18, 2007 By: Daisuke Matsuzaka Source: MLB.com

  3. Of his experience this season since succeeding Jose Mourinho, Grant added: "It is a big thrill but also a difficult adventure. On your back is a huge crowd, a demanding media and it all happens in a crazy intensiveness. I will remember every minute...
    on May 1, 2008 By: Avram Grant Source: Telegraph.co.uk

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