Another word for strong
Physically strong; said especially of persons
robust, sturdy, firm, muscular, sinewy, thewy, vigorous, stout, hardy, big, heavy, husky, lusty, active, potent, energetic, tough, virile, doughty, mighty, athletic, able-bodied, powerful, manly, heavy-set, stalwart, brawny, burly, wiry, strapping, having what it takes*, hard as nails*, made of iron*, in fine feather*, having the makings*.
Physically strong; said especially of things
solid, sturdy, firm, staunch, unimpaired, well-established, well-founded, well-built, secure, tough, durable, able, unyielding, steady, stable, fixed, sound, powerful, mighty, tough, well-made, rugged, substantial, reinforced.
Potent in effect
impose oneself, put the make on, make a strong impression, be aggressive.
Another word for strongadjective
Having great physical strength:mighty, potent, powerful, puissant. See strong
Capable of exerting considerable effort or of withstanding considerable stress or hardship:hardy, stalwart, stout, sturdy, tough. See strong
Full of or displaying force:dynamic, dynamical, effective, forceful, forcible, hard-hitting, powerful, vigorous. See strong
Not easily moved or shaken:firm1, secure, solid, sound2, stable, sturdy, substantial, sure, unshakable. See continue, strong
Firmly settled or positioned:fast, firm1, secure, stable, steady, sure. See continue
Intensely violent in sustained velocity:fierce, furious, heavy, high. See strong
Resulting from or affecting one's innermost feelings:deep, intense, profound. See strong, surface
Having a high concentration of the distinguishing ingredient:concentrated, potent, stiff. See strong
Containing alcohol:alcoholic, hard, intoxicative, spirituous. See ingestion