Capable of producing great physical force. (adjective)
Capable of withstanding great physical force. (adjective)
fast moving water, wind, etc, which has a lot of power. (adjective)
Determined; unyielding. (adjective)
Highly stimulating to the senses. (adjective)
Having an offensive or intense odor or flavor. (adjective)
Having a high concentration of an essential or active ingredient. (adjective)
Having a high alcoholic content. (adjective)
Inflecting in a different manner than the one called weak, such as Germanic verbs which change vowels (adjective)
Not easily subdued or taken. (adjective)
Impressive, good. (adjective)
Having a specified number of people or units. (adjective)
severe (very bad or intense) (adjective)
having a wide range of logical consequences. (adjective)
In a strong manner. (adverb)
Examples of word strong
-- There is certainly a strong likeness between the Marquis and Lord Darcey; -- _so strong_, that when I first beheld his Lordship I was quite struck with surprize.
"_Make him strong, O God, -- make him strong_," requested William Sewall, fervently.
They say, poor suitors have strong breaths; they shall know we have _strong arms, too_.
The Flexi retractable leash advertised a Â“strong reliable braking system, Â” which I figured I needed for my strong-willed, and strong pulling puppy (weÂ’re working on that in training, but for now, I need something strong and reliable).
Other than that, Iâ€™m talking about how many different strong flours you can get in the UK; which Iâ€™m kind of jealous of I usually pack strong flour in my suitcases whevener I visit British friends â€“ strong flour, extra strong flourâ€¦ We definitely donâ€™t get flour labelled as â€™strong flourâ€™ here in France; may be Iâ€™ll have to wait.