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Adjective
Great, or greater than normal, in intensity
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“The large oak tree was nearly uprooted after a strong tornado swept through the area.”
Adjective
Improved in health or mental attitude
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Comparative for capable of producing great physical force
“Like most of his family, John was a big, tall and strong man.”
Adjective
Comparative for capable of withstanding great physical force
“The house was built on strong foundations.”
Adjective
Comparative for fit and healthy
“The doctor's report says I am still fit and strong.”
Adjective
(of language or actions) Comparative for excessively or unacceptably forceful
“The president was urged to take strong measures to counter the uprising.”
Adjective
(of persons) Comparative for influential or powerful in rank, position, or status
“There were initial doubts about her abilities but she ultimately proved to be a strong leader.”
Adjective
Comparative for determined or passionate in one's beliefs, interests or endeavors
“Julia was an activist who was a strong believer in human rights.”
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Comparative for fervent in feelings or desires
“He still retained strong feelings for the woman who bore his child.”
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Comparative for highly stimulating to the senses
“A strong and blinding ray of sunshine filtered through the room, illuminating all that was within.”
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(of sound heard) Comparative for pronounced in volume or depth
“The singer's voice was strong and carried throughout the auditorium.”
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Comparative for having an offensive and intense odor or flavor
“The strong smell of his flatulence permeated throughout the confines of the elevator.”
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Comparative for 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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Comparative for having a pleasant and intense flavor
“My delicious curry was really strong and spicy.”
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(of words spoken) Comparative for vulgar or offensive in nature
“He used strong language to voice his displeasure.”
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Comparative for 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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Comparative for having a high alcoholic content
“Some strong tequila will knock you out in no time.”
Adjective
(of a disease or symptom) Comparative for very bad or severe
“If you have a particularly strong flu, your doctor may check for pneumonia.”
Adjective
(of an argument) Comparative for likely to succeed because of sound reasoning
“Steven Avery was convicted of murder despite a strong case put forward by his defense lawyers.”
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