Link to this page verb-transitive: To raise or boost the volume or amount of; intensify. to help make large or maybe more; raise. which will make large; to improve greater; to raise. to hold forward; to advance; to boost; to enhance; to aggravate; to intensify; to make much more conspicuous; -- utilized of things, great or bad View More verb-intransitive: to go up or escalation in volume or level; intensify. In order to become high or more; increase. View More verb: to help make high; to increase greater; to elevate. to transport ahead; to advance; to improve; to enhance; to aggravate; to intensify; to make much more conspicuous; -- used of things, great or bad; as, to increase beauty; to heighten a flavor or a tint. make (one's senses) much more acute are more severe increase the level of make more severe; raise in amount, degree, or power increase make more intense, more powerful, or more marked View More others: which will make higher; boost the straight height of. In order to make higher in amount or degree; boost; augment; intensify: since, to heighten an effect. To make large or maybe more in experience or condition; elevate or exalt, as mind or you. Synonyms carry, Exalt, etc. See raise. to be higher; boost; augment. View More Related Sources Definition for "heighten" To raise or boost the volume or amount… View More Sentence for "heighten" Support for profiling might approach majority… View More Quotes for "heighten" "If it is an imperfect word,…" View More Synonym for "heighten" Verb Forms for "heighten" Phrases for "heighten" Rhyme for "heighten" Hypernym for "heighten" Cross Reference for "heighten" Same Context for "heighten"