The basic idea is that a narcissist is a person who has an unusually high degree of love for her/himself. The word is used in different contexts with some subtle differences. Narcissism may be intense enough to be considered a sign of mental illness.
Intense U.S. merger activity occurred periodically, from 1898 to 1902, during the 1920s, from 1951 to 1955, in the 1960s, and during the mid 1980s
The most inensive period of civil rights activities occurred in the 1950s and 1960s.
(A downpour is a heavy drenching rain.)The overnight downpour was so intense that flooding occurred in the lowest part of the village.
His intense scrutiny was alarming.The flavor was intense. Battle is an intense experience.
this question is intense its really intense but not that intense but intense
M for Mature. For Intense violence, storng language, tobacco reference, and blood and gore. Honestly you can do whatever you want. Ive heard 7 year olds on MW3.
No. Most intense is.
No, intense is an adjective. Intensely is the adverb form.
Because first of all you did or do love this person and a relationship with a narcissist is very intense because mostly a lot of things went on out of the ordinary and you try to get closure or an understanding why this happenned like it did to get closure which i believe we wil never get freom a narcissist .They are always seeding confusion and pain and they just do what they do with no empathy at the end.Just go No Contact ,maybe therapy if you can and dont ask them questions so that you can 't get more confused and sad,I went trought that all and believe me they dont care about any human beingonly when they want something from you they act like they care.
The homophone for intense is intents
'intense', the same.
The word 'intense' is an adjective, a word used to describe a noun.Example: The flight was delayed by an intensestorm.
The heat today was very intense! Playing chess requires intense concentration.
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is broad an antonym for intense
He felt intense pain when his tooth fell out. The heat from the stove was very intense.
The road trip was very intense for the children
I just had an intense workout.
No. Intense is an adjective. It cannot be used as a preposition.
The odor from the skunk was particularly intense inside the tent. The intense heat from the fire caused the metal roof to melt. Chess is a game that requires intense concentration.
No, a hurricane is an intense tropical cyclone.