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strongpoint

[ strawng-point ]
/ ˈstrɔŋˌpɔɪnt /
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noun

a fortified defensive position; stronghold.

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British Dictionary definitions for strongpoint (1 of 2)

strongpoint
/ (ˈstrɒŋˌpɔɪnt) /

noun military

a location that is by its site and nature easily defended
a spot in a defensive position that is heavily defended

British Dictionary definitions for strongpoint (2 of 2)

strong point

noun

something at which one excels; fortetactfulness was never his strong point
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Idioms and Phrases with strongpoint

strong point

Also, strong suit. An area in which someone or something excels, as in That beautiful lobby is the building's strong point, or Writing is her strong suit. The first term was first recorded in 1840; the variant alludes to various card games, in which it signifies the suit with the highest or most cards.

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