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Involving force and with a lot of force

strong

adjective

produced with or using a lot of power or force

heavy

adjective

involving a strong force, especially in a downwards direction

mightily

adverb

with a lot of strength or force

high-pressure

adjective

containing a lot of force, or using a lot of pressure from air, water, or steam

powerful

adjective

with a lot of physical force

fierce

adjective

involving a lot of force or energy

fiercely

adverb

in a fierce way

heavily

adverb

with a lot of force

lightly

adverb

without using much force or pressure

full on the mouth/chin etc

directly on your mouth/chin etc, especially with a lot of force

creep

used with other nouns to describe the unexpected and often unwanted effects of a particular situation or trend

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sandwich woman

a woman in middle age who has to juggle caring for teenage children and ageing parents with a career

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