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    1. Never a strong point of mine, I always used to say that I could ask the whereabouts of a station in five different languages - unfortunately, I couldn’t understand the answer in any of them

    2. So motivate yourself with a strong reason why

    3. But all the while, it astounded me how this serial killer turned out to be such a strong factor in the manner in which my parents raised me

    4. Men also have very strong tendencies to conceal stressful things

    5. Moyo knows he won't get cholera because he's strong

    6. It was developed to help reduce inflammation, promote healthy circulation and healing, and alleviate pain and because of its strong odors will repel most insects as well as keep them from eating your plants

    7. Ants hate this stuff! Helichrysum is another oil with a strong smell to it

    8. Horseradish: A very strong plant

    9. He was trying to project an aura of mild disappointment, like he was strong enough to take this, but Ava could see each piece of paper shaking as he put it back in its folder

    10. “Big, strong guy like you being shown up by little, old me?” she purred in his ear

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    Synonyms for "strong"

    firm strong warm hard potent stiff solid substantial impregnable inviolable secure unassailable unattackable capable able competent efficient powerful puissant mighty herculean healthy hearty hardy hale brawny brave bold courageous fearless valiant valorous intrepid convincing cogent influential persuasive resourceful impressive effective forceful efficacious forcible conclusive compact resistant impenetrable resolute stalwart tough tenacious unwavering vehement alcoholic inebriating intoxicating spiked intense brilliant dazzling glaring vivid

    "strong" definitions

    having strength or power greater than average or expected

    not faint or feeble

    having or wielding force or authority

    having a strong physiological or chemical effect

    immune to attack; incapable of being tampered with

    of good quality and condition; solidly built

    of verbs not having standard (or regular) inflection

    being distilled rather than fermented; having a high alcoholic content

    freshly made or left

    strong and sure