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Synonyms for deepen

to make greater in intensity or severity

Synonyms for deepen

make more intense, stronger, or more marked

make deeper

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become deeper in tone

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So some village lighted by sunrise, some ivy-covered ruin which we had seen together, memories of outward and visible things, served to deepen and strengthen the impressions of our happiness; they seemed to be landmarks on the way through which we were passing towards a bright future that lay before us.
If any one thing in my experience, more than another, served to deepen my conviction of the infernal char- acter of slavery, and to fill me with unutterable loathing of slaveholders, it was their base ingrati- tude to my poor old grandmother.
He continued to find it all extremely agreeable; but the most agreeable things have an end, and the revelry on this occasion began to deepen to a close.
The very brightness and brilliancy of their toilettes, the rustling of their dresses, the trim elegance and daintiness which he was able to appreciate without being able to understand, only served to deepen his consciousness of the gulf which lay between him and them.
Now bees, as may be clearly seen by examining the edge of a growing comb, do make a rough, circumferential wall or rim all round the comb; and they gnaw into this from the opposite sides, always working circularly as they deepen each cell.
It is a discourse against all those who confound virtue with tameness and smug ease, and who regard as virtuous only that which promotes security and tends to deepen sleep.
The very furniture of the room seemed to mellow and deepen in its tone; the ceiling and walls looked blacker and more highly polished, the curtains of a ruddier red; the fire burnt clear and high, and the crickets in the hearthstone chirped with a more than wonted satisfaction.
It is stated that Option B, which is the final option for the PortMiami contract, includes dredging of one million cubic yards of material from Fisher Island Turning Basin to Fisherman s Channel which deepens the channel and berthing area from 42 feet to 50 feet.
Earl Ofari Hutchinson of the Public Policy Roundtable said the way the situation was handled deepens suspicion of the Los Angeles Police Department.
Anything that deepens the pigmentation naturally - a suntan, pregnancy - will deepen the tone of the skin under the eyes.
Performing the exercise in retrograde deepens understanding of the end position and how to get there, he says.
As your breathing deepens, feel prana, fresh energy, in every part of your body.
Other measurements confirm that across most of the equatorial Pacific, El Nino deepens the warm-water layer inhabited by the primary producers in the ocean food web--the photosynthetic plankton.
New Curriculum Deepens Instructional Focus on Most Difficult Concepts for K-6 Students