the state or quality of being physically or mentally strongHe threw it forward with all his strength.
the state or quality of being physically or mentally strongSomething gave me the strength to overcome the difficulty.
He lacked the will to confront her.
It takes a lot of spirit to win with 10 men.
He implemented policy with resolution and single-mindedness.
He doesn't weaken in his resolve.
They do not have the courage to apologise for their actions.
She showed real character in her refusal to give up.
I never got up enough nerve to tell him he was wrong.
If we keep our nerve, we might be able to bluff it out.
They acted with great courage and determination.
Cynics might sneer at him but you have to admire his pluck.
You have to have a lot of stamina to be a top-class dancer.
He showed grit and determination in his fight back to health.
You might be taking drastic measures and you've got to have the backbone to do that.
He suffered his illness with dignity and fortitude.
Sheer tenacity is crucial to career success.
She doesn't have the willpower to give up smoking.
It's the first real test of his mettle this season.
There was no denying his considerable firmness of purpose.
strength of character, ,
They all lacked courage, backbone or moral fibre.
It'll take a while before you regain full strength.
He was my strength during that terrible time.
the ability to withstand great force, stress, or pressureHe checked the strength of the cables.
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power to convinceThey have their own independence movement which is gathering strength.
women who have reached positions of great power and influence
They should continue to use their influence to push environmental reform.
They're unpopular for their dominance over the community.
The two firms wield enormous clout in financial markets.
The president asserted his supremacy over the prime minister.
The extremists are gaining ascendancy.
degree of intensity or concentration of colour, light, sound, or flavourHe was surprised at the strength of his own feeling.
slamming the door behind her with all her force
He had no power in his left arm.
His intensity, and the ferocity of his feelings alarmed me.
He was saving his energy for the big race in Belgium.
I am well aware of the depth of feeling that exists in the town.
He spoke loudly and with more vehemence than he had intended.
potency or effectiveness, such as of a drink or drugmaximum-strength migraine tablets
something regarded as valuable or a source of powerTake into account your own strengths and weaknesses.
Discretion is not his strong point.
The cut of a diamond depends on the skill of its craftsman.
Her leadership qualities were a great asset to the party.
Both her children have a talent for music.
Originality was never my forte.
His speciality was creating rich, creamy sauces.
See in strength
Out of the mouths of very babes and sucklings hast thou ordained strength [Bible: Psalm 8]
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in the sense of anchor
a source of stability or securityThe actor provides energy and an anchor for his less experienced co-stars.
in the sense of ascendancy
the condition of being dominantThe extremists are gaining ascendancy.
in the sense of asset
a thing or person that is valuable or usefulHer leadership qualities were a great asset to the party.
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