Strengthen synonyms

strĕngk'thən, strĕng'-, strĕn'-

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(Comput.) To be regenerated or have a regenerated display
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To assure the accuracy of previous statements.
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To make suitable, desirable, or free from excess by mingling with something else; reduce in intensity, esp. by the admixture of some other quality; moderate; assuage; mollify
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To bolster is to uplift.
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To get a firm hold with (the hands or feet)
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To persuade somebody not to do something.
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To give support to; be favorable to; foster; help
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To constitute an addition:
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To increase the defenses of; to strengthen and secure by military works; to render defensible against an attack by hostile forces.
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To give permission, power, or the legal right to do something.
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To cause to increase in extent.
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To make intense or more intense; increase; strengthen
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To reconstruct or re-create:
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Recover is defined as to get back, regain or make up for.
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To become greater in size, amount, degree, etc.; grow
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To grow in amount, number, or degree:
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To prepare for any struggle
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To show energy; be active
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To make hard or harder:
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To make active again.
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To encourage (a response) by means of a reinforcer.
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(Intransitive) To become stiff.
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Rally is defined as to come together for a common purpose, to bring back, or to rise in price or score.
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To make or become sharp or sharper.
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To decide in favor of; agree with and support against opposition; sustain
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To unite into one system or whole; combine:
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To keep alive; maintain:
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To verify; to make good; to substantiate; to establish; to sustain.
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To impart vigor, strength, or vitality to; animate:
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To bind is defined as to tie or stick together or hold down.
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To prop up; bolster
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To cause to be interested or engaged:
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To strengthen the spirits, courage, etc. of; comfort; buoy up; encourage
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Any of the bundles of fibers made up of neurons that carry sensory and motor information throughout the body in the form of electrical impulses. Afferent nerves carry information to the central nervous system, and efferent nerves carry information from the central nervous system to the muscles, organs, and glands. Efferent nerves include the nerves of the peripheral nervous system, which control voluntary motor activity and of the autonomic nervous system, which controls involuntary motor activity.
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To give life to; bring to life
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To man (a boat, etc.) again
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To cause (an institution, for example) to come into existence or begin operating; found; set up.
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To make or become tough or tougher
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To corroborate, prove, or confirm; to demonstrate; to provide evidence for.
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To rejuvenate is to restore, or to make someone or something look younger or fresher.
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To cause to give a higher tone or sound; to give a higher tone to; to make more intense; to heighten; to strengthen.
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(Idiomatic) To strengthen.
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(Intransitive) To strengthen oneself, become stronger or more resilient.
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To make active, vivacious, interesting, or cheerful; liven up or brighten
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(Idiomatic) to attach importance to
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To give material form or substance to something; to embody
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To cause to move backward or in a reverse direction:
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(Music) To increase an interval, especially the largest interval in a triad, by a half step (chromatic semitone).
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(Nautical) To get more astern or parallel with the vessel's course; to draw aft; said of the wind.
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To increase in amount, extent, or intensity:
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(Theol.) To return to life; become resurrected
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To move upward along; mount; climb
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(Intransitive, literary) To grow.
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To increase in amount or degree; intensify:
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(Idiomatic, intransitive, cricket) For a fielder to position himself behind the wicket (relative to a team-mate who is throwing the ball at the wicket) so as to stop the ball, and prevent overthrows.
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(Idiomatic) to strengthen or reinforce; to add substance to
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(Intransitive) To become weaker.
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To release a product (especially a computer program) with reduced functionality, in some cases, making the item essentially worthless.
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(Slang) To complain or protest
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To make more certain the validity of; confirm; bolster; support
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To put up with; tolerate:
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To improve the quality or condition of
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To make high; to raise higher; to elevate.
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(Now Rare) To use profitably or to good advantage
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To support or shore up something.
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(American) Alternative spelling of revitalise.
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To keep from fluctuating; fix the level of:
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To dig underneath (something), to make a passage or for destructive or military purposes; to sap. [from 14th c.]
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To prevent (someone) from a purpose or course of action by persuasion:
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To cause to lose hope or enthusiasm; dispirit.
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(Intransitive) to fail, to cease to function
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The definition of hurt is feeling physical pain, or to cause someone or something to experience physical pain or to cause harm.
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To undermine the foundations of (a fortification).
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To encircle with, or as if with a belt.
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To cause to be ready.
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(Economics) To raise short-term interest rates.
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In a strong manner; greatly, severely, vigorously, etc.
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Simple past tense and past participle of prepare
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(Rare) intone
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To bring back into existence or use; reestablish:
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To give strength, courage, or hope to.
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To contribute to the effectiveness or improvement of (something); improve or advance:
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