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strengthful   
      

It Has 11 letters ( s t r e n g t h f u l )         2 vowels ( e u )         9 consonants ( s t r n g t h f l )         Word on the contrary lufhtgnerts

Which the Definition/Meaning of strengthful in categoryENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY
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English - Etymology

From Middle English _strengthful_, equivalent to _strength_ +‎ _-ful_.

From Middle English strengthful, equivalent to strength +‎ -ful.

Which the Definition/Meaning of strengthful in categoryENGLISH - ADJECTIVE
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English - Adjective

STRENGTHFUL (_comparative_ MORE STRENGTHFUL, _superlative_ MOST STRENGTHFUL) * (archaic) Full of strength; strong; having strength; powerful. * 1909, Marshall Pinckney Wilder, _The ten books of the merrymakers_: _I couldn't bring myself to say 'No, Ethelinda, I can not be yours because my heart is set on a STRENGTHFUL damsel with raven locks and eyes of coal, with lips a shade less cherry than thine, and a cheek more like the apple than the peach, [...]'_ * 1913, Philo Adams Otis, _The First Presbyterian church, 1833-1913_: _But they were both fervent and sincere and breathed of a hopeful, a STRENGTHFUL, and a trustful spirit._ * 1917, George Washington Truett, James Britton Cranfill, _A Quest for Souls_: _The longer that sin is indulged, the mightier, the more STRENGTHFUL, the more binding does it become in a human life._ DERIVED TERMS * strengthfulness ANTONYMS * strengthless

strengthful (comparative more strengthful, superlative most strengthful)

  1. (archaic) Full of strength; strong; having strength; powerful.

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