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strengths

noun as in advantage, substance

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"Both have their own strengths and weaknesses," Harding wrote.

They say your strengths can become your weaknesses, but in my case, perhaps my weaknesses have become my strengths.

“All TV and film adaptations have their strengths and weaknesses,” Waters says.

His flaws are eclipsed by the sizable shadow of his strengths.

The return of John Lurie is significant on several levels, quite apart from the specific strengths of his music and his art.

There are many varieties of tobacco well adapted for smoking, of all colors and strengths.

He also suggests in his volume how alcohol may be obtained in high strengths.

Samuel was very close to him, knew his likes and dislikes, his prejudices, weaknesses and many strengths.

Such as in a colour Of seeming service give protection to them, Betray their own strengths.

The effect of certain strengths of poison is not always immediate.

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On this page you'll find 115 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to strengths, such as: vigor, toughness, power, durability, energy, and clout.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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