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aikido a system of self-defense, originating in Japan, in which an opponent's strength and weight are used against him or her by using specific throws and holds.
Amazon (often l.c.) a woman resembling this mythical race in stature, strength, or character. [1/3 definitions]
anabolic steroid a synthetic hormone sometimes used by athletes to increase muscle size or strength, but widely prohibited by athletic leagues, associations, and the like.
analeptic of medication, restoring strength to the body after a disease or after the effects of sedatives. [2 definitions]
anemic lacking strength, vitality, or spirit. [1/2 definitions]
anti-hero a central character in a story, novel, or play who lacks traditional heroic qualities, such as high purpose or moral strength.
arrhythmia any abnormality in the rhythm or strength of the heartbeat.
asthenia loss or lack of physical strength; weakness; debility.
at the end of one's tether at the utmost limit of one's strength, resources, or abilities.
attrition a gradual erosion of strength or morale. [1/3 definitions]
backbone strength or firmness of character. [1/3 definitions]
beef strength, as of a large or muscular person. [1/4 definitions]
blue chip a high-priced common stock, valued for the company's financial strength and earnings record. [1/3 definitions]
box2 to employ cleverness, evasion, and anticipation in a boxing match, as opposed to sheer strength or force. [1/6 definitions]
brace up to summon one's strength or courage.
brawn muscular strength. [1/2 definitions]
break to forcefully overcome the strength or resistance of. [1/25 definitions]
buildup the act, instance, or process of increasing in amount, number, or strength; accumulation; increase; growth. [1/3 definitions]
built-up made greater in amount, size, strength, or the like, esp. by augmentation. [1/2 definitions]
bull1 of, concerning, or like a bull, esp. in size or strength. [1/9 definitions]
bulldog like a bulldog in temperament or strength. [1/3 definitions]