Knack and Strength


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Knack noun – A clever often underhanded means to achieve an end.
Strength and knack are semantically related in ability topic. In some cases you can use "Strength" instead a noun "Knack".
Nearby Words: knacker, knackery
Synonyms for Knack


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Strength noun – The ability to exert effort for the accomplishment of a task.
Knack and strength are semantically related in ability topic. Sometimes you can use "Knack" instead a noun "Strength".
Nearby Words: strengthen, strengthened, strengthening
Synonyms for Strength

How words are described

human human knack human strength
good good knack good strength
natural natural knack natural strength
actual actual knack actual strength
Other adjectives: real, extreme, great, impressive, extraordinary, supernatural, new, incredible, amazing, unusual, magical, defensive.

Both words in one sentence

  • The first is a 6 feet tall warrior with a knack for making clocks and one of the few charas with lots of common sense in this world, the second is a cheerful Genius Ditz with Super Strength, and the third is a rather unstable brute with a knack in computer hacking.
  • Anything the character empowers through this knack while it remains in their hands ignores the effects of the user's Epic Strength allowing for fun feats like beating giants to death with trash can lids, impaling monsters with pool cues, and the like.
  • In Scion, the Epic Strength knack "Titanium Tools" was tailor-made for this trope.
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