Definitions

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  • adjective More than usually intense

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ intense

Examples

  • The impulsive force of the men, in particular—bounding off and leaping over one another; falling flat and bouncing back; bending, twisting and twirling in unison, then flying off—defines the nature of this hyperintense piece.

    Cunningham's Legacy Touches the West Coast

  • Unlike the hyperintense “you better come to the prayer circle” Hurdle, Tracy is a mellow guy who by all accounts treats players like adults.

    Bad Sports

  • Unlike the hyperintense “you better come to the prayer circle” Hurdle, Tracy is a mellow guy who by all accounts treats players like adults.

    Bad Sports

  • Unlike the hyperintense “you better come to the prayer circle” Hurdle, Tracy is a mellow guy who by all accounts treats players like adults.

    Bad Sports

  • Unlike the hyperintense “you better come to the prayer circle” Hurdle, Tracy is a mellow guy who by all accounts treats players like adults.

    Bad Sports

  • It was the equivalent of a major earthquake in the hyperintense world of selective-college admissions, and aftershocks could follow if other schools make the same move.

    The Early Decision Rebellion

  • The Capstone, in reply,caught this ray of hyperintense energy within its crystal array—so that the beam remained in place, giving the impression that the Pyramid was nowconnected to the Sun by a superlong and perfectly straight ray of glowing white energy.

    Seven Deadly Wonders

  • The Capstone, in reply,caught this ray of hyperintense energy within its crystal array—so that the beam remained in place, giving the impression that the Pyramid was nowconnected to the Sun by a superlong and perfectly straight ray of glowing white energy.

    Seven Deadly Wonders

  • The Capstone, in reply,caught this ray of hyperintense energy within its crystal array—so that the beam remained in place, giving the impression that the Pyramid was nowconnected to the Sun by a superlong and perfectly straight ray of glowing white energy.

    Seven Deadly Wonders

  • Customers, the supposed beneficiaries of cutthroat competition, also feel the negative impact of hyperintense competition.

    The Rule of Three

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