01. Her dad has really [strong] arms from working on a farm all his life.
02. Elaine likes her coffee very [strong] and very hot.
03. This beer is quite [strong], over 8 percent, so don't drink too fast.
04. The windows shook in the [strong] winds.
05. My grandmother is remarkably [strong] and healthy for a woman over 90.
06. The traditional culture of my country is still [strong] in the rural areas, but is disappearing in the cities.
07. His [strength], combined with his speed have made him an incredible athlete.
08. If you try to compare the two students, you will find that they each have their own [strengths] and weaknesses.
09. Studies show that responses are [strengthened] when followed by a satisfying consequence.
10. The parade was a demonstration of the government's military [strength].
11. [Strengthening] your muscles enables you to do more work and work longer before you become tired.
12. You'd better rest and gather your [strength] for the hike back.
13. Laughing lowers levels of stress hormones, and [strengthens] the immune system.
14. Rock-climbing is a very hard sport. It takes a great deal of [strength] and skill.
15. The doctor gave the old woman daily injections of iron to help increase her [strength].
16. The rebel movement in Colombia doesn't have the military [strength] or popular support necessary to overthrow the government.
17. By doing regular exercises, you can [strengthen] the muscles in your back so that you don't get backaches anymore.
18. Great Britain has been a [strong] ally of the U.S. throughout most of its history.
19. The human tongue tastes bitter food 10,000 times more [strongly] than sweet tastes.
20. Bats aren't really blind; their sense of hearing is [stronger] and more useful at night, but they can see.
21. The garlic on his breath was so [strong] that one could smell it from a coupe of feet away.
22. The Dogon people of Mali brew a [strong] beer called "kojo."
23. We lost the game simply because the competition was too [strong].
24. The former U.S.S.R. was composed of 15 republics with [strong] cultural differences.
25. Scientists tell us that the human thighbone is as [strong] as concrete.
26. It was difficult to swim in the river because the current was so [strong].
27. The [strong] eat the weak in the natural cycle of life.
28. Some cola drinks are so [strong] that you can use them to clean the engine of your car.
29. Spider silk has been proven to be [stronger] than steel wire.
30. Kazu said he felt like he had a fever after he met his wife because his love for her was so [strong].
31. Flowers with a [strong] smell make me sneeze.
32. This glue is so [strong] it can be used to fix anything.
33. Everything she does is guided by her [strong] belief in God.
34. A [strong] punch in the stomach ended the fight.
35. The economy is healthy once again, thanks to a [strong] dollar.
36. When I was little, my dad was my hero because he seemed so big and [strong] and brave.
37. The interior of the car smelled [strongly] of alcohol when the driver was stopped by police.
38. The link between smoking and cancer is too [strong] to ignore.
39. On March 27, 1964, North America's [strongest] recorded earthquake hit central Alaska.
40. My son's hockey gear smelled [strongly] of sweat, so we hung it outside to dry.
41. My eyes are getting weaker, so I have to get stronger glasses.
42. This team's defense is [strong], but its forwards are weak, so they rarely score.
43. That cheese really smells [strong], but it tastes simply delicious.
44. Anthony D'Angelo once advised, "Have a [strong] mind and a soft heart."
45. Han Suyin once suggested that there is nothing [stronger] in the world than gentleness.
46. The Buddha advised that to keep the body in good health is a duty; otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind [strong] and clear.
47. Seneca once suggested that difficulties [strengthen] the mind, as does labor the body.
48. Llamas are good animals for carrying stuff, but are not [strong] enough for people to ride on.
49. Be careful how much of this beer you drink; it's really [strong].
50. A Chinese proverb observes that only when all contribute their firewood can they build up a [strong] fire.
51. A French proverb notes that even the [strongest] person will find his master.
52. A Japanese proverb holds that he who wears a smile instead of worrying is always the [strongest].
53. A Serbian proverb suggests that what makes you tired makes you [stronger].

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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