having strength or power greater than average or expected
"a strong radio signal"; "strong medicine"; "a strong man"
puny, pallid, anaemic, unsound, shoddy, weakened, lame, flimsy, spineless, pale, vulnerable, regular, feeble, unforceful, sick, wishy-washy, stale, wan, asthenic, debilitated, anemic, forceless, gutless, faint, weak, namby-pamby, nonalcoholic, powerless, adynamic, mild, enervated, jerry-built
not faint or feeble
"a strong odor of burning rubber"
namby-pamby, mild, unforceful, vulnerable, pale, spineless, wishy-washy, lame, weak, feeble, sick, shoddy, powerless, weakened, jerry-built, forceless, flimsy, anaemic, debilitated, anemic, puny, pallid, adynamic, gutless, asthenic, regular, wan, enervated, faint, stale, nonalcoholic, unsound
having or wielding force or authority
"providing the ground soldier with increasingly potent weapons"
wishy-washy, forceless, shoddy, feeble, unsound, pale, anaemic, namby-pamby, weakened, regular, wan, debilitated, vulnerable, pallid, weak, powerless, faint, gutless, flimsy, jerry-built, spineless, sick, enervated, mild, asthenic, unforceful, anemic, nonalcoholic, adynamic, stale, puny, lame
potent, strong, stiff(adj)
having a strong physiological or chemical effect
"a potent toxin"; "potent liquor"; "a potent cup of tea", "a stiff drink"
stiff, slopped, pissed, steadfast, blind drunk, unfaltering, inviolable, besotted, solid, secure, buckram, warm, unassailable, pixilated, cockeyed, crocked, substantial, powerful, plastered, fuddled, tight, firm, hard, unattackable, soused, soaked, sozzled, virile, squiffy, unbendable, unshakable, blotto, unwavering, rigid, impregnable, pie-eyed, sloshed, smashed, potent, starchy, loaded, wet, steady
adynamic, powerless, namby-pamby, sick, wishy-washy, unforceful, wan, regular, jerry-built, shoddy, unsound, enervated, anaemic, weakened, weak, nonalcoholic, spineless, debilitated, stale, feeble, pallid, puny, flimsy, pale, vulnerable, lame, mild, gutless, anemic, asthenic, forceless, faint
impregnable, inviolable, secure, strong, unassailable, unattackable(adj)
immune to attack; incapable of being tampered with
"an impregnable fortress"; "fortifications that made the frontier inviolable"; "a secure telephone connection"
conceptive, potent, watertight, dependable, safe, absolute, substantial, inviolate, untroubled, inviolable, unshakable, untouchable, warm, good, stiff, inexpugnable, unafraid, infrangible, unattackable, unassailable, bulletproof, firm, solid, sacrosanct, hard, impregnable, secure
feeble, unforceful, wishy-washy, weakened, asthenic, mild, anaemic, stale, gutless, vulnerable, pale, powerless, faint, weak, flimsy, pallid, debilitated, lame, puny, namby-pamby, regular, wan, shoddy, spineless, anemic, sick, jerry-built, nonalcoholic, forceless, enervated, unsound, adynamic
solid, strong, substantial(adj)
of good quality and condition; solidly built
"a solid foundation"; "several substantial timber buildings"
self-colored, whole, potent, inviolable, unanimous, self-coloured, substantial, stiff, material, upstanding, significant, hearty, warm, satisfying, hard, real, substantive, solid, unassailable, square, firm, unattackable, impregnable, secure
wan, gutless, sick, lame, anemic, weakened, vulnerable, jerry-built, faint, mild, flimsy, debilitated, spineless, feeble, forceless, powerless, unsound, stale, asthenic, unforceful, weak, anaemic, enervated, nonalcoholic, adynamic, namby-pamby, regular, wishy-washy, shoddy, puny, pale, pallid
of verbs not having standard (or regular) inflection
"`sing' is a strong verb"
feeble, debilitated, flimsy, weakened, vulnerable, puny, shoddy, regular, wan, anemic, wishy-washy, anaemic, gutless, pale, adynamic, powerless, forceless, jerry-built, unforceful, faint, unsound, namby-pamby, weak, stale, pallid, mild, enervated, nonalcoholic, sick, lame, spineless, asthenic
being distilled rather than fermented; having a high alcoholic content
severe, arduous, grueling, tough, potent, impregnable, toilsome, hard, substantial, unattackable, stiff, inviolable, heavy, voiceless, laborious, difficult, unassailable, knockout, gruelling, solid, intemperate, concentrated, punishing, unvoiced, firm, warm, operose, backbreaking, surd, secure
regular, asthenic, weak, anaemic, stale, forceless, unforceful, pale, faint, mild, shoddy, jerry-built, feeble, sick, adynamic, unsound, debilitated, flimsy, namby-pamby, puny, vulnerable, nonalcoholic, spineless, enervated, lame, powerless, pallid, wishy-washy, wan, weakened, gutless, anemic
freshly made or left
"a warm trail"; "the scent is warm"
pallid, vulnerable, gutless, feeble, nonalcoholic, faint, jerry-built, weakened, spineless, flimsy, adynamic, asthenic, shoddy, regular, wan, pale, mild, enervated, weak, namby-pamby, forceless, anaemic, stale, unforceful, powerless, anemic, wishy-washy, debilitated, sick, puny, lame, unsound
strong and sure
"a firm grasp"; "gave a strong pull on the rope"
loyal, potent, inviolable, fast(a), substantial, stiff, unfluctuating, fast, unshakable, unfaltering, truehearted, warm, hard, unbendable, steadfast, solid, unattackable, unwavering, unassailable, steady, firm, immobile, impregnable, secure
shoddy, unsound, jerry-built, debilitated, sick, wishy-washy, faint, gutless, forceless, feeble, nonalcoholic, anemic, anaemic, spineless, lame, weak, puny, vulnerable, adynamic, pallid, mild, wan, unforceful, powerless, stale, flimsy, weakened, namby-pamby, enervated, pale, asthenic, regular
not easily subdued or taken
a strong position
capable of producing great physical force.
capable of withstanding great physical force
He is strong in the face of adversity.
highly stimulating to the senses
having an offensive or intense odor or flavor
a strong smell
having a high concentration of an essential or active ingredient
having a high alcoholic content
a strong drink
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Healthy is most correctly used to signify possessing or enjoying health or its results; as, a healthy person; a healthy condition. Healthful signifies promotive of health, tending or adapted to confer, preserve, or promote health; as, a healthful climate. Wholesome food in a healthful climate makes a healthy man. With healthful are ranged the words hygienic, salubrious, salutary, sanitary, and wholesome, while the other words are associated with healthy. Salubrious is always used in the physical sense, and is chiefly applied to air or climate. Salutary is now chiefly used in the moral sense; as, a salutary lesson.
Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms
powerful, vigorous, solid, secure, fortified, forcible, impetuous, hale, hearty, brawny, sinewy, sound, robust, cogent, influential, zealous, potent, pungent muscular, hardy, stanch, tenacious
powerless, weak, frail, insecure, defenceless, feeble, mild, calm, gentle, delicate, sickly, inefficacious, unsatisfactory, unconvincing, unimpressive, vapid, impotent, unavailing, lukewarm, debile, flaccid, nerveless, tender, moderate, indifferent
Dictionary of English Synonymes
10. alcoholic (in a high degree), intoxicating
Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words
firm, tough, enduring, hale, sound, robust, hardy, durable, puissant, powerful, mighty, invincible, impregnable, irresistible, fortified, virile, athletic, muscular, brawny, vigorous, stout, strapping, lusty, sturdy, sinewy, stalwart, thewy, able-bodied, violent, forcible, impetuous, vehement, potent, cogent, influential, urgent, convincing, conclusive, ardent, eager, zealous, strenuous, stanch, unwavering, determined, spirituous, intoxicating, alcoholic, vivid, dazzling, intense, glaring, effective, drastic, potent, racy, pungent, piquant, tough, tenacious, rank, strong-smelling, valid
List of paraphrases:
solid, powerful, robust, fort, firm, vigorous, strongly, stark, forceful, high, sound, sharp, loud, energetic, solids, heavy, intense, large, severe, potent, great, close, tough, resolute, forte, forces, staunch, hard, strict, steadfast, significant, steep, deep, heavily, ardent, rigorous, important, powers, dynamic, highly, fierce, marked, mighty, good, clear, serious, substantial, decisive, considerable, fervent, major, stringent, vibrant, very, emphatic, keen
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How to use strong in a sentence?
If you are standing for a reason, stand like a tree, strong, mighty and tall. If you are falling, fall like a seed that germinates and creates a new tree in this world. Our world surely needs many more trees than what we have today!
I believe President Trump is more reasonable than he is generally perceived. President Trump uses strong rhetoric towards North Korea but, during the election campaign, he also said he could talk over a burger with Kim Jong Un.
It’s a multi-pronged effort by ISIS to weaken the tribes, and that’s why it has been difficult until now for another strong tribal force to emerge in Anbar.
Right after the election we aim to make all Syrian lands safe, starting from areas near our border, and to facilitate the return home of all our guests, but to do this we need to get through June 24 (election day) safely. Syria's stability is dependent on Turkey being strong. Otherwise they will break Syria to pieces.
Never assume that loud is strong and quiet is weak?
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