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Snažan, silan.

1. beefy


Sinonimi: burly | husky | strapping | buirdly

Muscular and heavily built; ('buirdly' is a Scottish term;); SYN. burly, husky, strapping, buirdly.

2. brickish


3. broad


Sinonimi: spacious | wide | liberal | tolerant | unspecific | unsubtle | full

1. Very large in expanse or scope; SYN. spacious, wide.
2. Showing or characterized by broad-mindedness; SYN. liberal, tolerant.
3. Not detailed or specific; SYN. unspecific.
4. Lacking subtlety; obvious; SYN. unsubtle.
5. (Of speech) Heavily and noticeably regional
Being at a peak or culminating point; SYN. full.

4. corn-fed


1. Fed on corn.
2. Strong and healthy but not sophisticated.

5. driving


Sinonimi: impulsive

1. Acting with vigor.
2. Having the power of driving or impelling; SYN. impulsive.

6. gorgeous


ETYM Old Fren. gorgias beautiful, glorious, vain, luxurious; cf. Old Fren. gorgias ruff, neck handkerchief, and French gorge throat, and se pengorger to assume airs. Related to Gorge.
Dazzlingly beautiful.

7. high


Sinonimi: mellow | high-pitched

(Homonym: hi, hie).
1. (Literal meanings) Being at or having a relatively great elevation or height; sometimes used in combination.
2. Advanced into the most active period.
3. Greater than normal in degree or intensity or amount.
4. Slightly and pleasantly intoxicated from alcohol or a drug especially marijuana; SYN. mellow.
5. Used of sounds and voices; high in pitch or frequency; SYN. high-pitched.
6. Very favorable.

8. intense


Sinonimi: vivid

ETYM Latin intensus stretched, tight, p. p. of intendere to stretch: cf. French intense. Related to Intend, Intent, Intent.
1. In an extreme degree.
2. (Of color) Having the highest saturation; SYN. vivid.

9. massive


Sinonimi: monolithic | monumental

ETYM French massif.
1. Consisting of great mass; containing a great quantity of matter.
2. Imposing in scale or scope or degree or power.
3. Imposing in size or bulk or solidity; SYN. monolithic, monumental.
4. Being the same substance throughout.

10. nappy



11. poignant


ETYM French, p. pr. of poindre to sting, from Latin pungere to prick, sting. Related to Pungent.
Keenly distressing to the mind or feelings.

12. potent


Sinonimi: strong | strong | virile

ETYM Latin potens, -entis, p. pr. of posse to be able, to have power, from potis able, capable (akin to Skr. pati master, lord) + esse to be. Related to Host a landlord, Am, Despot, Podesta, Possible, Power, Puissant.
1. Having or wielding force or authority; SYN. strong.
2. Having a strong physiological or chemical effect; SYN. strong.
3. (Of a male) Able to copulate; SYN. virile.

13. powerful


1. Having great power or force or potency or effect
2. Leading to many or important deductions

14. puissant


ETYM French, originally, a p. pr. formed from Latin posse to be able: cf. Latin potens powerful. Related to Potent.
(Archaic) Powerful.
Powerful; mighty.

15. racy


1. Risqué; audacious to the verge of being immoral.
2. Having a body fitted for racing; long-bodied and lean

16. rich


1. Having an abundant supply of desirable qualities or substances (especially natural resources)
2. Possessing material wealth
3. Suggestive of or characterized by great expense
4. Of great worth or quality
5. Pleasantly full and mellow
6. Highly seasoned or containing large amounts of choice ingredients such as butter or sugar or eggs
7. (Metallurgy; chemistry) High in mineral content
8. Very productive

17. severe


Sinonimi: terrible | wicked | spartan | strict

1. Intensely or extremely bad or unpleasant in degree or quality; SYN. terrible, wicked.
2. Unsparing and uncompromising in discipline or judgment; SYN. spartan, strict.
3. Very bad in degree or extent

18. sharp


Sinonimi: sharp-worded | tart

1. Having or made by a thin edge or sharp point; suitable for cutting or piercing
2. Keenly and painfully felt; as if caused by a sharp edge or point
3. Quick and forceful
4. Very sudden and in great amount or degree
5. Harsh; SYN. sharp-worded, tart.
6. (Music) Raised in pitch by one chromatic semitone

19. stalwart


Sinonimi: stout | stouthearted

ETYM Old Eng. stalworth, as. staelwyrth serviceable, probably originally, good at stealing, or worth stealing or taking, and afterwards extended to other causes of estimation. Related to Steal, Worth.
1. Dependable; SYN. stout.
2. Used especially of persons; SYN. stouthearted.

20. stanch


1. Watertight, sound; strongly built; substantial
2. Steadfast in loyalty or principle

21. stark


1. Complete or extreme
2. Rigid in or as if in death
3. Rigidly conforming (as to a pattern or doctrine); absolute

22. steadfast


Sinonimi: staunch | unswerving

Firm and dependable especially in loyalty; SYN. staunch, unswerving.

23. stiff


Sinonimi: uphill

1. Lacking ease in bending; not limber
2. Hard to overcome or surmount; SYN. uphill.
3. Not moving or operating freely
4. Powerful

24. stout


1. Strong; vigorous; robust; sinewy; muscular.
2. Large; bulky; corpulent.
3. Firm; tough; materially strong; enduring.

25. strenuous


ETYM Latin strenuus, strong, hard, rough, harsh.
Characterized by or performed with much energy or force.

26. strong


Sinonimi: powerful | firm | potent | powerful | overwhelming | potent | warm

1. Having strength or power greater than average or expected; SYN. powerful, firm, potent.
2. Not faint or feeble; SYN. powerful, overwhelming, potent.
3. (Grammar) Of verbs not having standard (or regular) inflection
4. Freshly made or left; SYN. warm.

27. sturdy


Sinonimi: tough

Substantially made or constructed; SYN. tough.

28. thumping


Impressively large, great, or excellent

29. vigorous


ETYM Cf. Old Fren. vigoros, French vigoureux, Late Lat. vigorosus.
1. Characterized by forceful and energetic action or activity.
2. Strong and active physically or mentally.

30. vivid


ETYM Latin vividus, from vivere to life; akin to vivus living. Related to Quick, Revive, Viand, Victuals, Vital.
Having the clarity and freshness of immediate experience.

31. well-built


32. wicked


ETYM Old Eng. wicked, from wicke wicked; probably originally the same word as wicche wizard, witch. Related to Witch.
Morally bad in principle or practice.

33. wight

pridevarhaično, zastarelo

Valiant, stalwart

34. yauld


Chiefly Scottish; vigorous

35. zooming


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muški rodživotinja

Težak tibetanski domaći vo, jak, omiljena i dragocena životinja Himalajskog regiona.
Vrsta azijskog govečeta, snažno, otporno, pripitomljeno služi i kao domaće goveče.

1. yak


Sinonimi: Bos grunniens | yack | yakety-yak | chatter | cackle

ETYM Thibetan gyag.
(Homonym: yack).
1. Large long-haired wild ox of Tibet often domesticated; SYN. Bos grunniens.
2. Noisy talk; SYN. yack, yakety-yak, chatter, cackle.
Species of cattle Bos grunniens, family Bovidae, which lives in wild herds at high altitudes in Tibet. It stands about 2 m/6 ft at the shoulder and has long shaggy hair on the underparts. It has large, upward-curving horns and humped shoulders. It is in danger of becoming extinct.
In the wild, the yak is brown or black, but the domesticated variety, which is half the size of the wild form, may be white. It is used for milk, meat, leather, and as a beast of burden. The yak is protected from extremes of cold by its thick coat and by the heat produced from the fermentation in progress in its stomach.

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