And I strenuously disagree that credentialism can be anything more than zero sum.
And TV marathons were strenuously encouraged: The Matrix, Terminator 2, South Park.
Scott Lively, the man who so strenuously promoted the anti-gay laws in Uganda, is a frequent WCF speaker.
A new normal, a hard normal, and one that we collectively are strenuously trying to deny.
But even those tough losses paled compared to the result in Idaho, a state where Paul strenuously campaigned.
She attributed them to jealousy and envy, and strenuously defended his name.
This is the plea which is insistently and strenuously urged by their defenders.
They strenuously opposed the introduction of its opening sentences.
Oh yes, I will take some myself, since you so strenuously insist upon it.
He was about speaking further, when he was pulled down by his friends, who strenuously urged him to keep silent.
"characterized by great effort," 1590s, from Latin strenuus "active, vigorous, keen." Probably cognate with Greek strenes, strenos "keen, strong," strenos "arrogance, eager desire," Old English stierne "hard, severe, keen" (see stern (adj.)). Mocked by Ben Jonson as a pedantic neologism in "Poetaster" (1601). Sense of "requiring much energy" is first recorded 1670s. Related: Strenuously; strenuousness.