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heightening

hahy tuh ning

  • v  become more extreme
  • v  make more extreme; raise in quantity, degree, or intensity
  • v  increase
  • v  increase the height of
  • v  make (one's senses) more acute
  • v  make more intense, stronger, or more marked
  • s  reaching a higher intensity
    their heightening fears

  • Glenn Beck is channeling the fears and anger of Americans who feel left out but is he also stirring that anger and heightening those fears?.
  • With the complete loss of vision and the resulting heightening of the other four senses an evening at Germany's first-ever dark restaurant is an extraordinary culinary .
  • From the heightening Alleghenies of Pennsylvania, let freedom ring.
Quotes

  • Ban Ki-moon in Xinhua
    The incident "widened the rift between the ruling military authorities on the one hand and opposition parties and civil society on the other, and led to a significant heightening of tension across the country," Ban said.
  • Mangosuthu Buthelezi in Independent Online
    Buthelezi said a "culture of total disrespect" for political opponents had taken root in the ANC and the party was "deliberately heightening political temperatures" by holding rallies close to events being held by opposition parties.
  • Steny Hoyer in Wall Street Journal
    If we can affect a heightening of the focus on the protection of consumers in another way, we need to consider that,Mr. Hoyer said.

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