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absorb to strongly involve or engage. [1/3 definitions]
alluring strongly attracting; tempting; enchanting.
anathematize to curse strongly or vehemently. [1/4 definitions]
andouille a strongly spiced pork sausage.
Anglophobe one who strongly dislikes or fears England and most things that are English.
ardently strongly and deeply. [1/2 definitions]
aspire to want strongly; have as an aim (usu. fol. by "to" "after," or an infinitive).
assert to put (oneself) forward strongly. [1/3 definitions]
averse strongly opposed or disinclined; unwilling (usu. fol. by "to").
avouch to affirm or state strongly; acknowledge. [1/3 definitions]
be used to indicate that something is or was strongly expected, requested, or due to happen, especially because arranged or scheduled (followed by an infinitive). [1/10 definitions]
believe in to strongly feel the value or importance of, esp. as the answer to a serious problem. [1/3 definitions]
bent1 strongly determined or resolved (fol. by "on"). [1/6 definitions]
boogie strongly rhythmic rock-'n'-roll with a fast tempo, often in a blues form. [1/3 definitions]
boogie-woogie strongly rhythmic piano jazz in which the melody is accompanied throughout by a repeated bass pattern that uses chiefly eighth notes.
carry to influence strongly. [1/16 definitions]
catnip a downy, strongly scented plant of the mint family that is attractive to cats.
closely strongly or inextricably. [1/3 definitions]
communal taint in India, the perception of a person or political body being strongly tied to or influenced by a particular cultural or religious community and thus not committed to values of secularism and unity.
conviction a belief or opinion that is strongly held. [1/3 definitions]
cut off to stop the supply of (something), especially something essential or strongly desired. [1/8 definitions]