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giant an imaginary being who looks like a person but has enormous size and strength. [3 definitions]
gymnastics (used with a plural verb) physical exercises used to develop and show strength, control, and agility. Gymnastics are often done with the aid of special equipment, such as bars and ropes. [1/2 definitions]
hard with great force or strength. [1/9 definitions]
Hercules a hero in Greek and Roman mythology. Hercules was half man and half god and known for his amazing strength.
impair to lessen the strength or ability of; damage.
intensity strength or energy of thought or action. [1/2 definitions]
javelin a field event in which a javelin is thrown for distance as a test of strength and skill. [1/3 definitions]
march to walk in a way that shows strength and determination. [1/4 definitions]
massive making a strong impression because of great size or strength. [1/2 definitions]
meager low in amount, strength, or value.
mighty having or showing great power or strength. [1/2 definitions]
momentum strength of movement.
muscle physical strength. [1/3 definitions]
nerve courage, strength, or patience. [1/3 definitions]
on (one's) last legs having very little energy, strength, hope, or ability to go on; likely to collapse or die.
reinforce to add strength to or increase the effect of.
revive to give new health, strength, or life to. [1/3 definitions]
rough needing physical strength. [1/6 definitions]
seismograph an instrument used to measure and record the strength of earthquakes.
stamina1 the strength to handle long effort or disappointment.
stout having physical strength; sturdy; thick. [1/3 definitions]