Antonyms of INTENSIFY

Examples of usage:

  1. Only the twittering of the swarming birds on the thatched roof of the hut disturbed the silence, but, somehow, even their chattering voices seemed really to intensify it. "The Law-Breakers" by Ridgwell Cullum
  2. And here were these people a decade on in the twentieth century, with Time, Death, and Judgment close upon them, still eagerly applauding, eager to excuse their minds with this one- sided, ungracious, old- fashioned nonsense, that has done so much to intensify the deepening class antagonisms that strain us now at home almost to the breaking point! "The Passionate Friends" by Herbert George Wells
  3. If you have never tried to form combinations that will intensify the loveliness of the grounds by a happy gathering of right colors, you have missed a delightful experience. "Garden Ornaments" by Mary H. Northend
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