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cut off to stop the supply of (something), especially something essential or strongly desired. [1/8 definitions]
dead set against utterly opposed to; strongly against.
declare to state strongly or with emphasis. [1/7 definitions]
dedicated strongly giving of support; unwaveringly loyal. [1/4 definitions]
democratize to make or become more strongly marked by social, economic, and political equality.
dish it out to deliver (criticism, abuse, or the like) strongly.
dream a strongly held purpose or goal. [1/13 definitions]
eat crow (informal) to back down, as from a strongly held position, and thereby be humiliated.
endemic common or strongly established in a given place or population. [1/3 definitions]
flamenco a dance form of Spanish gypsies or the forceful, percussive, strongly rhythmical music or singing that accompanies it or is played alone. [1/2 definitions]
greedy strongly desirous; eager (often fol. by "for"). [1/3 definitions]
guanidine a strongly basic water-soluble crystalline compound used in the manufacture of plastics, resins, and other industrial products.
had better used to state that a certain action is strongly advised and that, if one does not do the action that is specified, something bad might happen (sometimes used in warnings and threats).
have one's heart set on to strongly desire and look forward to (something), and in such as way as to be greatly disappointed if the desire is not fulfilled.
holler to object strongly; complain. [1/5 definitions]
hooked (informal) strongly compelled to continue the use or enjoyment of something; addicted. [1/4 definitions]
ideologue one who strongly advocates a particular ideology.
intrigue to strongly draw the interest of; puzzle; fascinate. [1/7 definitions]
invective strongly abusive or denunciatory speech or language. [2/3 definitions]
jasmine any of various shrubs or vines that bear strongly sweet-smelling flowers. [1/2 definitions]
Jesus freak (offensive) a member of a young persons' fundamentalist group strongly committed to Jesus Christ and his teachings.