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31 August, 22:39

Read the excerpt from "Binding Memories." Bound by a spine strong enough to hold entire worlds What is the denotation of the word "strong" in this context? powerful muscular courageous skilled

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  1. 31 August, 23:11
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    powerfull
  2. 31 August, 23:46
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    The answer is: powerful.

    The denotation of a word refers to its literal meaning, in contrast to the ideas or thoughts it may suggest.

    In the excerpt from "Binding Memories," by Heidi Gengenbach, the term strong means having the power to move heavy weights or perform physically demanding tasks, such as holding "entire worlds." As a consequence, the denotation of strong is powerful, which implies having great power or strength.

    The rest of the options are incorrect because muscular deals with or affects the muscles, courageous means brave, and skilled is the ability demonstrated to perform tasks well.
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