One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Develop or progress with increasing success.‘his party has gone from strength to strength since he became leader’
- ‘Judith's career went from strength to strength and she ended up as a national organiser and negotiator, being invited for beer and sandwiches at 10 Downing Street.’
- ‘The bad news for those who are predicting Livingston will collapse is that McNeill expects his players to go from strength to strength as the season progresses.’
- ‘Now the party's going from strength to strength at the minute.’
- ‘Here is a party based on principles going from strength to strength in comparison with the unrelenting mendacity of both major parties.’
- ‘The former poll tax protester, who took his oath of office with a raised fist, yesterday said the party would now go from strength to strength.’
- ‘Scotland's sporting success goes from strength to strength.’
- ‘Jill's confidence increased and she has gone from strength to strength with her equestrian skills.’
- ‘It has been a real success and I hope it goes from strength to strength.’
- ‘The group has gone from strength to strength and attendance at their plays has increased year after year.’
- ‘Through this new partnership we will continue the positive progress made in recent years and ensure the area goes from strength to strength.’
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