strength[strengkth, strength, strenth]
the quality or state of being strong; bodily or muscularpower; vigor.
mental power, force, or vigor.
moral power, firmness, or courage.
power by reason of influence, authority, resources, numbers,etc.
number, as of personnel or ships in a force or body: aregiment with a strength of 3000.
effective force, potency, or cogency, as of inducements orarguments: the strength of his plea.
power of resisting force, strain, wear, etc.
vigor of action, language, feeling, etc.
the effective or essential properties characteristic of abeverage, chemical, or the like: The alcoholic strength ofbrandy far exceeds that of wine.
a particular proportion or concentration of these properties;intensity, as of light, color, sound, flavor, or odor: coffee ofnormal strength.
something or someone that gives one strength or is a sourceof power or encouragement; sustenance: The Bible was herstrength and joy.