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Definitions of strong:

part of speech: adjective

Firm: having physical power: hale, healthy: able to endure: solid: well fortified: having wealth or resources: moving with rapidity: impetuous: earnest: having great vigor, as the mind: forcible: energetic: affecting the senses, as smell and taste, forcibly: having a quality in a great degree: intoxicating; bright: intense: well established.

part of speech: adjective

Having great strength or ability of body; having moral, intellectual, or material force; vigorous; healthy; muscular; robust; having the power of exerting great force; forcible; having passive power; adapted to make a deep impression on the mind or on the senses; affecting strongly; having a particular quality in a great degree; intoxicating; ardent; zealous; compact; solid; not easily overthrown or altered; fortified; denoting military strength or number, as a thousand strong.

part of speech: adjective

Having bodily or muscular force; powerful; having endurance; healthy; vigorous; as, a strong constitution; moving with force; violent; as, a strong wind; striking or convincing; as, a strong wind; striking or convincing; as, a strong argument; very able or capable; ardent; as, strong affections; deeply earnest; as, a strong partisan; deeply rooted; as, strong faith; firm; tough; as, a strong plank; having great resources; having great numbers, or a definite number; as, they marched five thousand strong; not mild or weak; as, strong coffee; containing much alcohol; as, strong drink; showing tense by changing the root vowel; as, strong verbs.

part of speech: adverb

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