View synonyms for inner strength

inner strength

[ in-er strengkth, strength, strenth ]


  1. mental power or endurance, such as willpower, courage, self-confidence, or self-discipline:

    Her inner strength and her deep love of dancing helped her survive the ebbs and flows of a long career.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of inner strength1

First recorded in 1830–40

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Example Sentences

The fragrance concept is about female empowerment and finding the inner strength that makes women so beautiful.

I believe Bowe has a lot of inner strength and inner soul that will carry him through.

In the face of her constant courage, her unshakable faith, her inner strength, and quiet grace, even Jim Crow had to yield.

Many of us have made use of this inner strength without realizing it.

Too often the man with great inner strength holds in contempt those less well endowed by nature than himself.

One needs the inner strength which comes with the conscious presence of a personal God.

She thanked Earthmaker that White Bear had found the inner strength to return from that other land.

The instrumentation shows many of the idiosyncrasies of the later Wagner, but it is generally without inner strength.


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