|fearlessly, boldly, courageously; sturdily, strongly||hardily|
|(Archaic) comrade, good fellow; sailor, cordial, affectionate; sincere, genuine, honest; enthusiastic; devoted; vigorous; healthy; abundant, loud and enthusiastic, overloud and overenthusiastic, sincere and enthusiastic, strongly felt, substantial and ...||hearty|
|(Greek Mythology) of Prometheus, pertaining to Prometheus (Titan who stole fire from heaven and was punished by the gods), boldly creative||Promethean|
|above average, above somebody or something, advanced, anticyclone, at a peak, better, blowing strongly, elated state, far from equator, happy, high gear, high point, highest point; high gear (in an automobile); high pressure system (Meteorology); state...||high|
|action of hitting, effect, force of collision, have an effect on something, influence, effect; colliding of two bodies; touch, press against; collide, crash; affect strongly, influence; pack in, squeeze in, press together forcefully, strike something||impact|
|additional or as replacement, blowing strongly, bright, cool, cool period, excitingly different, fresh gale, having recently calved, making unwanted sexual advances, new or good as new, not affected by time passing, not old or stale, not preserved, pro...||fresh|
|advise somebody strongly, advocate something earnestly, encourage somebody or something, excite somebody, incite, provoke, goad; impel, encourage; plead; advise, strong instinctual desire, drive; impulse, itch; act of urging, strong need||urge|
|affect or afflict, fill somebody with love, hit hard, strike; defeat; attack, destroy; afflict; affect strongly (as with guilt, remorse, etc.)||smite|
|affect strongly; make an impression; emphasize; stamp, make a mark using pressure, apply a voltage, force to serve, influence deeply or please greatly, make clearly understood, press a shape into something, seize||impress|
|affected by or subject to storms, characterized by violent weather, inclement; characterized by frequent emotional outbursts, tempestuous, strongly emotional||stormy|
|affluent, wealthy, having a large fortune; fancy, luxurious; full, having an abundance of; deep, vivid, strong, costly and fine, fertile, plentiful, productive, see also:riches, strong and smooth-flavored, strongly colored, unlikely, wealthy people, pe...||rich|
|aggressively, self-assertively, boldly; recklessly, rashly||brashly|
|alto-relievo, strongly projecting carving||high relief|
|argue strongly, express objection, make a statement of protest; prove, demonstrate (Archaic)||remonstrate|
|arrogantly, haughtily, with conceit; boldly, immodestly||presumptuously|
|ask forcefully, ask to know at once, call for resources, claim, require; strongly request, requirement; strong request, customer interest in acquiring something, forceful request, legally enforceable request, need for resources or action||demand|
|aspiring, desirous of success ; requiring great effort, having strong desire for success, needing great effort to succeed, strongly desirous||ambitious|
|attack somebody physically or verbally, feel strongly and suddenly||fly into|
|attack with a sharp object, clear a forest by cutting, criticize, cut with a sharp quick stroke, gash, wound; reduce, lower; make sharp quick strokes; strongly criticize; create a way by cutting, debris from cut trees, long and deep cut, make a slit in...||slash|
|attract somebody strongly, make magnetic; attract, make or become magnetic||magnetize|
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