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Capable of producing great physical force
“Like most of his family, John was a big, tall and strong man.”
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Capable of withstanding great physical force
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“The house was built on strong foundations.”
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Fit and healthy
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“The doctor's report says I am still fit and strong.”
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(of language or actions) Excessively or unacceptably forceful
“The president was urged to take strong measures to counter the uprising.”
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(of persons) Influential or powerful in rank, position, or status
“There were initial doubts about her abilities but she ultimately proved to be a strong leader.”
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(of water, wind, etc.) Possessing or exhibiting force
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“The large oak tree was nearly uprooted after a strong tornado swept through the area.”
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Determined or passionate in interests or endeavors
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“Julia was an activist who was a strong believer in human rights.”
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Fervent in feelings or desires
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“He still retained strong feelings for the woman who bore his child.”
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Highly stimulating to the senses
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“A strong and blinding ray of sunshine filtered through the room, illuminating all that was within.”
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(of sound heard) Pronounced in volume or depth
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“The singer's voice was strong and carried throughout the auditorium.”
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Having an offensive and intense odor or flavor
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“The strong smell of his flatulence permeated throughout the confines of the elevator.”
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Having a pleasant and intense odor
“As she walked through the department store, she could not help but notice the strong fragrance from the perfume department.”
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Having a pleasant and intense flavor
“My delicious curry was really strong and spicy.”
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(of words spoken) Vulgar or offensive in nature
“He used strong language to voice his displeasure.”
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Having a high concentration of an essential or active ingredient
“I'm desperate for a strong cup of coffee to perk me up this morning.”
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Having a high alcoholic content
“Some strong tequila will knock you out in no time.”
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(of a disease or symptom) Very bad or severe
“If you have a particularly strong flu, your doctor may check for pneumonia.”
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(of an argument) Likely to succeed because of sound reasoning
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“Steven Avery was convicted of murder despite a strong case put forward by his defense lawyers.”
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Firm, strong or robust, sometimes figuratively
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Boldly self-assured
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Of, characterized by, or consisting of (incontrovertible) facts
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(of a sense) Having or showing great perception or insight
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Vigorously keen or severe in expression or style
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Having the ability to produce financial growth or gain
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Stubbornly, and perhaps unreasonably, holding to an opinion, decision or purpose
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Very noticeable or marked
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Unpleasantly rough or jarring to see or look at
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Of great size
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Very strong
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Very strong or proficient in a skill or ability
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(of a person) Formidable, especially as an opponent
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Of or full of expression
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Tending to or able to penetrate
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Springing back quickly when squeezed or stretched
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Like a fox