idiom, extension, stretch, mark, emphasis, adjudicate, focal point, point up, punctuate, pull, intensity, alarm, melodic phrase, melodic line, tensity, pinch, misgiving, traction, focussing, apprehension, hardship, try, seek, nisus, assay, peace, fear, tense, strive, accentuation, tune, force, affliction, quiet, nervousness, reach, filtrate, highlight, fluster, test, taste, mental strain, feature, trepidation, spring, separate out, important, draw, restlessness, try on, speech pattern, tenor, melody, accent, filter, nervous strain, vehemence, ferment, tense up, protraction, centering, tautness, tenseness, burden, direction, strain, italicize, extend, try out, puree, anxiety, form, emphasise, disquietude, accent mark, examine, mistrust, distort, breed, striving, essay, variant, line, trial, passion, judge, play up, calm, pains, expectancy, impatience, tension, disquiet, stock, jitters, dialect, sift, prove, underscore, render, sieve, agony, focus, hear, distention, song, air, latent hostility, sample, attempt, fearfulness, straining, var., deform, filter out, nidus, dread, focusing, urgency, flutter
compel (part of speech: verb)
drive, nag, impel, browbeat, dictate, intimidate, coerce, goad, dragoon, incite, press, galvanize, propel, oblige, bully, mandate, foment, motivate, bulldoze, stimulate, spark, pressure, urge, hijack, compel, cause, daunt, push
intensify (part of speech: verb)
importance (part of speech: noun)
- Well, why stress that organ now and hasten the inevitable day when it could no longer keep up with the rest of her body? - "Syndrome", Thomas Hoover.
- Neale suffered only the weakness following the action and stress of great passion. - "The U.P. Trail", Zane Grey.
- Mr. Parker began to pace the floor, a habit of his when under mental stress. - "The Clock Strikes Thirteen", Mildred A. Wirt.