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From Middle English strongliche, strangliche, from Old English stranglīċe (strongly), equivalent to strong +‎ -ly.

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strongly (comparative stronglier or more strongly, superlative strongliest or most strongly)

  1. In a strong or powerful manner.
    In the third race, Renowned Blaze finished strongly to win, paying sixteen dollars.
  2. Very much.
    His reply was strongly suggestive of a forthcoming challenge to the governor.

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