Fast and Strongly

Fast

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Fast adverb – With great speed.
Strongly and fast are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Strongly" instead an adverb "Fast".
Nearby Words: fasted, fasting
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Strongly

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Strongly adverb – In a vigorous and forceful manner.
Usage example: in the past, the senator has always strongly opposed any suggested increase in taxes

Fast and strongly are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Fast" instead an adverb "Strongly".
Nearby Word: strong
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  • Literature / The Thrawn Trilogy However, clones bred that fast go crazy because the Force resonates too strongly between large groups of individuals with similar minds.
  • Literature / Redliners Trees which spray those who come too close with fast-hardening strongly acidic sap, plants which shoot spikes if people come close or if it gets shot, vines which act like grappling tentacles, streams of water with an under-layer of concentrated sulphuric acid at the bottom ... you get the idea.
  • Strongly implied to be the case with a Male Avatar and Azura in Fire Emblem Fates; they quickly grow close after their first meeting, have a very fast support growth rate, and she tells him that she's been in love with him for a long time if they get married on the Revelation route.
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