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Strongly

Meanings and phrases

strongly

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adv.
  1. with strength or in a strong manner
  2. in a powerful manner; powerfully

strongly influenced

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E.g.
  • Jean Henderson was strongly influenced by her parents.
  • West Frisian is strongly influenced by Dutch.
  • Cognitive development is strongly influenced by adults.

strongly opposed

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E.g.
  • This position is strongly opposed by President Băsescu.
  • The dominant mood strongly opposed secession.
  • He also strongly opposed the racial doctrines of the time.

strongly supported

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E.g.
  • This strongly supported the hypothesis that "A.
  • Hitler strongly supported this new strategy.
  • He strongly supported the North in the American Civil War.

more strongly

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E.g.
  • Margin of the hindwing is more strongly and broadly excavate.
  • The pterothorax seems to be even more strongly skewed than in damselflies.
  • It is more strongly influenced by Gaelic than other forms of Scottish English.

strongly associated

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E.g.
  • Although strongly associated with fado (lit.
  • The movement is strongly associated to Armenian nationalism.
  • It was strongly associated with Mars, both the planet and the god.

strongly criticized

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E.g.
  • It was strongly criticized by the conservatives.
  • His remarks were strongly criticized by commentators.
  • Shedinger's work has been strongly criticized.

strongly against

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E.g.
  • Robinson was strongly against discrimination.
  • He inveighed strongly against all academical rules and principles.
  • He argued strongly against the doctrine of the soul's immortality.

very strongly

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E.g.
  • Wright felt very strongly about the connection to the desert.
  • Calculations show that for radiation is emitted very strongly.
  • So a lot of elements of that story resonated very strongly with me."

most strongly

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E.g.
  • Quartz is found only in the most strongly peralkaline rocks.
  • "Déjà vu" is most strongly associated with temporal lobe epilepsy.
  • Changes affect which somatostatin receptor is most strongly targeted.

so strongly

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E.g.
  • because I feel so strongly that there are other places that need this."
  • Heather says she never knew Del felt so strongly for her and sees him like a brother.
  • Smith was, at times, reluctant to rely so strongly on Roosevelt as an advocate for his candidacy.

strongly condemned

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E.g.
  • Senior Republicans strongly condemned Akin's remarks.
  • The US, for whom Wo spied, and the EU strongly condemned the execution.
  • The "Daily Herald" strongly condemned the Nazi-Soviet Pact and the Soviet invasion of Finland.

strongly criticised

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E.g.
  • These techniques were strongly criticised by Sheriff Kelbie.
  • These works has been strongly criticised for their freedom with historical fact.
  • The PYD was known to oppose certain government policies, but had also strongly criticised the Syrian opposition.

strongly suggests

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E.g.
  • JSTOR now recommends against using SICI, and instead strongly suggests using DOIs instead.
  • His Hebrew signature, however (Cordoeiro), strongly suggests a long-lasting residence in Portugal.
  • The book also strongly suggests that the Cold War was soon to end, which did occur that year in December.

strongly encouraged

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E.g.
  • Community service is strongly encouraged.
  • Constantine granted some clemency, but strongly encouraged his suicide.
  • Gershwin strongly encouraged Ravel to come to the United States for a tour.

strongly linked

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E.g.
  • Poverty continues to be strongly linked to food insecurity.
  • In Bosnia and Herzegovina religion is strongly linked to ethnicity.
  • Diabetes and prediabetes are strongly linked to obesity and overweight.

strongly affected

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E.g.
  • Despite that it strongly affected Chiapas politics.
  • Neither are the "bony prominences" strongly affected.
  • Births and deaths The economy is strongly affected by geography.

strongly correlated

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E.g.
  • Molecular data show that genotype is strongly correlated with geographical origin.
  • His expertise is in condensed matter theory in strongly correlated electronic systems.
  • A marathon runner's velocity at lactate threshold is strongly correlated to their performance.

strongly believed

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E.g.
  • They strongly believed in the worshiping of ancestors.
  • Carnegie strongly believed in this because he had risen from the bottom.
  • Watson strongly believed that when a sale was made both sides came out ahead.

strongly advocated

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E.g.
  • He strongly advocated a teaching known as five-fold ministry.
  • His writing strongly advocated Dan Sickles and his role at the Battle of Gettysburg.
  • The concept dates to the 1950s, and was strongly advocated by Hans Bethe during the 1970s.

strongly connected

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E.g.
  • It was strongly connected with Eastern European cultures from Dnieper Basin.
  • The relationship between the causes are strongly connected to power and privilege.
  • A strong orientation is an orientation that results in a strongly connected graph.

strongly curved

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E.g.
  • Claws are simple, large, short and strongly curved.

not strongly

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E.g.
  • A lengthy war ensued, but the Muslim sultanates of the time were not strongly unified.
  • Unlike "Cream", "Champagne" is not strongly dosage-dependent, and affects both types of pigment equally.
  • TCM and its concept of disease does not strongly differentiate between the cause and effect of symptoms.

strongly recommended

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E.g.
  • Film Threat strongly recommended the film.
  • Comic Book Resources wrote "The Art of War is strongly recommended."
  • Being licensed as a Certified Public Accountant is also strongly recommended.

strongly denied

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E.g.
  • Their families strongly denied this.
  • Murray strongly denied claims of any wrongdoing during his stewardship.
  • The Attorney General Conde-Pumpido strongly denied the version of Ambassador Aguirre contained in the cables.

strongly defended

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E.g.
  • The latter was a strongly defended fortification with thick walls, which today only exist remnants.
  • Cankar, on the other hand, strongly defended the national and linguistic individuality of Slovenes.
  • Reuters reported that the Niger stations were strongly defended in preparation for a possible new attack.

strongly objected

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E.g.
  • Cao Shuang's co-regent, Sima Yi, strongly objected but Cao Shuang ignored him and went ahead.
  • This was described in some British papers as the 'Gordon Relief Expedition', a term Gordon strongly objected to.
  • He claims to have strongly objected to the selling of what he condemned as drug paraphernalia, glass smoking pipes.

felt strongly

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E.g.
  • It sat for a while, but everybody felt strongly about it.
  • She felt strongly that voting and freedom were tied together.
  • I felt strongly that we should publish the piece and we did, as did others.

strongly critical

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E.g.
  • Zappa was a heavy tobacco smoker for most of his life, and strongly critical of anti-tobacco campaigns.
  • In a 2006 essay in "The New York Times Magazine" strongly critical of the invasion, he identified neoconservatism with Leninism.
  • Camus was also strongly critical of authoritarian communism, especially in the case of the Soviet regime, which he considered totalitarian.

strongly related

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E.g.
  • It is a pattern that is strongly related to the template method pattern.
  • The mass-produced MWCNTs today are strongly related to the VPGCF developed by Endo.
  • At the time it was known that the drag at supersonic speeds was strongly related to the span of the wing.

strongly supports

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E.g.
  • Guyana strongly supports the concept of regional integration.
  • Croatia strongly supports Albania in its euro-integration path.
  • The large amount of valley networks strongly supports rain on the planet in the past.

strongly suggest

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E.g.
  • These tiles strongly suggest that the room was used as a brothel in the mid-eighteenth century.
  • The passages strongly suggest that the Daniel Fast will promote good health and mental performance.
  • While other investigations may strongly suggest tuberculosis as the diagnosis, they cannot confirm it.

strongly fortified

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E.g.
  • The city is strongly fortified, with a spacious harbour.
  • Kudarat had a large quantity of gunpowder and firearms, and his fort was very strongly fortified.
  • The Ottomans then withdrew within their strongly fortified camp, and continued to prosecute the siege.

strongly worded

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E.g.
  • The Israeli Embassy also sent a strongly worded letter to the owners.
  • Cockburn's work is both a strongly worded critique of conventional medical practices of that time (e.g.
  • A week later, a more strongly worded motion threatening the withholding of supply was also passed—but only by 191 to 190.

strongly resembles

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E.g.
  • His face strongly resembles that of a young Carl Nielsen.
  • This hinged upon the proposed use of an Asian Fylfot, which strongly resembles a Swastika.
  • The Christian Science Dixon church in Dixon, Illinois strongly resembles a penis when viewed from the air.

finished strongly

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E.g.
  • She finished strongly but failed by a neck to catch the colt Vadamar.
  • The club finished strongly by winning the last 6 rounds of the season.
  • She finished strongly but was beaten in a three-way photo finish by Ask and Youmzain.

strongly discouraged

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E.g.
  • However, this friendship is strongly discouraged by Aliza's sorcerer grandfather, Everand.
  • Use of these ancient versions, or any un-maintained, non-supported version is strongly discouraged.
  • Independent candidates are strongly discouraged and face government intervention in their campaigns.

strongly held

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E.g.
  • This occurs in particular when two people have opposing but strongly held views on truth or events.
  • Although Rabbi Salanter strongly held that everyone required mussar study, he made an exception for Rav Laizer.
  • The division established a line along the edge of the high ground overlooking the Selle, the opposite bank of which was strongly held.

strongly suggested

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E.g.
  • Once cast, it was strongly suggested that actors research their roles.
  • Today historians strongly suggested that the invasion was actually a Srivijayan retaliation against Medang for the attacks upon the empire.
  • Van Seters examined the patriarchal stories and argued that their names, social milieu, and messages strongly suggested that they were Iron Age creations.
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