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Synonyms for hard-hitting



Synonyms for hard-hitting

Synonyms for hard-hitting

characterized by or full of force and vigor

aggressively and persistently persuasive

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Nigel Farage has defended a new immigration-centred Ukip poster campaign as 'a hard-hitting reflection of reality'
The 'Transformers' star supported his uncle during the hard-hitting recession and expected him to return the loan in 15 installments of 53,333 dollars each, but his uncle failed to repay anything.
He said: "We appreciate that this is quite an uncomfortable film to watch but evidence tells us that hard-hitting campaigns work.
The reality is that the 16 to 24 years age group continues to fall into a high-risk category for serious injury and death on our roads and we hope the hard-hitting Learn and Live roadshow will increase the students' understanding and awareness of the risks.
It is a simple and hard-hitting way to handle an emotive subject.
This hard-hitting tale shows how a situation of disrespect can escalate to tragic consequences.
Instead, it's the savage louts who continue to do the hard-hitting.
This collection also holds the complete novel AFTER DOOMSDAY, and thus binds all drama and themes together in a hard-hitting, fast-paced collection perfect for any library that holds some of Anderson's works and wants a hard-hitting short story collection to add to the mix.
Supported by the Department for Transport (DfT), Brake has produced a safety DVD for firms which includes hard-hitting interviews with families bereaved by road crashes involving at-work drivers.
A hard-hitting anthology that stresses the importance of keeping a skeptical mind and holding trust in abeyance unless thoroughly earned.
A series of hard-hitting exclusives saw Jane Hamilton nominated in the Reporter of the Year and Himaya Quasem shortlisted in the Young Reporter category.
Stax): Covering his work from Shaft to Chef, this double disc (plus DVD) compiles the finest hard-hitting Memphis soul and '70s soundtrack grooves from the man once christened "Black Moses.
Poet and novelist Mikhail Lermontov was a leading figure in Russian Romantic literature, and this presents his only novel, a hard-hitting survey of social alienation, published in the early 19th century.
It's straight-forward, hard-hitting essays and articles.
Flavored with Gannon's Midwestern charm and Irish hard-hitting honesty, A Life In Print is unafraid to level scathing criticsm against individuals or societies--whether decrying presidential canditate John Kerry's professed Catholicism when Kerry has repeatedly voted against pro-life platforms, or lamenting that the factionalized modern-day America is such a far cry away from the unified nation that came together and gave everything it had to support the war effort during World War II.