The difference between Strength and Weakness

When used as nouns, strength means the quality or degree of being strong, whereas weakness means the condition of being weak.

Strength is also verb with the meaning: to give strength to.

check bellow for the other definitions of Strength and Weakness

  1. Strength as a noun:

    The quality or degree of being strong.


    "It [[require]]s [[great]] strength to lift heavy objects."

  2. Strength as a noun:

    The intensity of a force or power; potency.


    "He had the strength of ten men."

  3. Strength as a noun:

    The strongest part of something; that on which confidence or reliance is based.

  4. Strength as a noun:

    A positive attribute.


    "We all have our own strengths and weaknesses."

  5. Strength as a noun (obsolete):

    Armed force, body of troops.

  6. Strength as a noun (obsolete):

    A strong place; a stronghold.


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  1. Strength as a verb (obsolete):

    To give strength to; to strengthen.


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  1. Weakness as a noun (uncountable):

    The condition of being weak.


    "In a small number of horses, muscle weakness may progress to paralysis."

  2. Weakness as a noun (countable):

    An inadequate quality; fault


    "His inability to speak in front of an audience was his weakness."

  3. Weakness as a noun (countable):

    A special fondness or desire.


    "She is an athlete who has a weakness for chocolate."