Strength in a sentence

Definition of Strength

(obsolete) To give strength to; to strengthen. [12th-17th c.] | The quality or degree of being strong. | The intensity of a force or power; potency.

Short Example Sentence for Strength

  • 1. What is the strength of your orchestra?
  • 2. She is strength and courage.
  • 3. His strength was at an end.
  • 4. I feel all the joy and the strength of being with you.
  • 5. Philippa began to feel her strength returning.
  • 6. He doubted if it had strength left to carry him.
  • 7. That depends upon the strength of the permanent magnet.
  • 8. This consideration gave her strength for a final effort.
  • 9. A "good name" is a tower of strength and many votes.
  • 10. The naval strength of the Regencies amounts to nothing.
  • 11. I hadn't the strength to go on.
  • 12. Stilton held me from him by the superior strength of his intellect.
  • 13. The strength of this we purpose to try in a subsequent chapter.
  • 14. He was a bully by nature, and used his great strength by imposing on others.
  • 15. The poor girl partly opened a languid eye, but was without strength or motion.
  • 16. Here, happily for myself, I had the strength to draw the line.

How to use Strength in a Sentence?

  • 1. His strength and weakness were the kind which had profoundly influenced her life.
  • 2. Worming our fingers under the edge of the boulder, we lifted with all the strength that was in us.
  • 3. He thrust from him the pity that had taken the strength from his arm, and raised the pistol again.
  • 4. After that, she had not the strength to drag herself anywhere, not even to see the quack.
  • 5. I agreed; for I felt the strength of a giant in me, and I longed to pummel him soundly.
  • 6. It is important to note that the strength of action depends upon the strength of the current up to a certain point only.
  • 7. This switch spring itself serves by its own strength to raise the hook lever when released from the weight of the receiver.
  • 8. The air strength of any nation in case of war resides in its efficient flying men and in its own productive capacity.
  • 9. The front portion is covered with sheet metal giving additional strength and reducing the head resistance.
  • 10. The spirit of the age and the strength of the colonies forbid its exercise; they cannot be held by the old policy.
  • 11. The magnetizing force of a given helix depends on the product of the current strength and the number of turns of wire in the helix.
  • 12. They were obliged to stop there for the night, Sage's strength being exhausted.
  • 13. His adversary pursued his advantage; pressed on him, and as his strength relaxed, dashed him headlong from the precipice.
  • 14. To put forth all Britain's strength and not run away from the obligations of honor and interest.
  • 15. The smaller the wire, the weaker it is, and with poles a given distance apart, the strength of the wire must be above a certain minimum.
  • 16. For the last few months, however, as I have said, it had been growing aright, and gaining strength and vigour.
  • 17. He had not the strength to write the masterpiece which the perverse cruelty of nature had permitted him only to see, and he was hopelessly unfit for journalism.
  • 18. The Almighty will give me strength to endure my lot, however severe and terrible, with resignation to His will.
  • 19. On the 4th of March he was attacked by fever; on the 5th, his strength failed greatly; and on the 6th he was scarcely kept alive by cordials.
  • 20. Big Tom was a splendid specimen of the human animal, tall, broad shouldered, thick chested, and he had the strength of a giant.
  • 21. As with many women who have reconciled themselves to the weakness of a man, the first sign of his strength was more than a surprise, it was almost a shock to her.
  • 22. How you can even talk of these things when every man of your age and strength is fighting one way or another for his country, seems marvellous to me.
  • 23. His strength of purpose, his will to live had returned to him; and he felt that he was cured; that he was completely himself for the first time since his return.
  • 24. Had they bestowed half the pains in practising this craft that they squandered in wheedling a few shillings from us on the strength of it, they must long since have been acknowledged its masters.