Yes, but it has to be something that you concentrate intensely on to get your mind off of smoking.
Hamsters often zone out and concentrate intensely. While doing so they may tremble. If the teeth are chattering, the hamster may be upset about something.
As intensely as whom?
My hand was shaking intensely.
intensely powerful= strong
Intensely cold temperature is called frigid.
Sunlight was intensely focused on the paper by the magnifying glass.
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No, intense is an adjective. Intensely is the adverb form.
A thrill is an experience that is intensely enjoyable.
strongly, very, profoundly, fiercely
strongly, profoundly, fiercely
Sure you can especially if you smoke intensely.
crams, pores, scans
Does a cold front cause precipitation to fall for longer periods of time but less intensely
Dislike intensely means loathe or detest or hate, but is a euphemistic way of saying "hate," likely used by people who prefer to avoid the word hate.
That one city
To abhor something means to dislike it intensely.
It is an adjective to describe someone who studies intensely.
By studying the material intensely and by practice.
The intensely glowing rays of the Sun.
it over floods
because it never does