The following is a list of a few of the words and/or phrases that will help you to INTENT in
The Merriam Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary describes INTENT
as “…eager attention…will concentrated on something or some end or purpose”
The Synonym Finder, by J. I. Rodale definition for INTENT, “…steadfast…attentive…watchful…mindful”
| Act of intending
|| All practical purposes
| Attention applied
|| By design
|| Firmly fixed
|| Focused On
|| Implicit meaning
| In the sense
|| On purpose
|| The act
|| To focus
| To plan
The following is a list of a few of the words and/or phrases that will help you to INTENSIFY in your writing.
The Merriam Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary describes INTENSIFY as “…become intense or more intensive”
The Synonym Finder, by J. I. Rodale definition for INTENSIFY, “…sharpen, heighten…enhance …enrich”
||Act of increasing
||Increase in extent
||Increase the contrast
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The following is a list of a few of the words and phrases that will help you EMPHASIZE in your writing.
The Merriam Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary describes EMPHASIZE
as “…to place emphasis on…stress…”
The Synonym Finder, by J. I. Rodale definition for EMPHASIZE, “…lay stress…italicize…call attention…”
|| Draw attention to
| Impress upon
|| Make clear
|| Make much of
| Make noteworthy
|| Play up
| Point out
|| Prominence to
| Stress upon
|| To emphasize a point
|| To stress