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Correct spelling:
Loudly; strongly; powerfully.


forte, loud.
big, blatant, blustering, boisterous, booming, cacophonous, clamorous, crashing, deafening, deep, emphatic, full, heavy, high-sounding, intense, loud-voiced, lusty, obstreperous, pealing, piercing, powerful, rambunctious, raucous, resonant, resounding, ringing, roaring, rowdy, sonorous, stentorian, strident, strong, thundering, tumultuous, turbulent, uproarious, vehement, vociferous, Ear-splitting, Fulminating, ear-piercing, turned up, full-mouthed, wakes the dead, forter.
forte, loudly.
forte, long suit, metier, speciality, specialty, strength, strong point, strong suit.
aim, disposition, druthers, facility, flair, forte, genius, gift, headset, inclining, knack, leaning, mind-set, nose, penchant, predilection, predisposition, preference, proclivity, proneness, propensity, set, tack, tendency, tilt, turn, Propensities, leanings, headsets, head-set, thing for, weakness for, bag*.
adequacy, aptness, bent, caliber, capability, cleverness, compass, inclination, intelligence, might, power, qualification, readiness, skill, stature, Brains, what it takes, the goods, up to it.
adroitness, capacity, dexterity, instinct, peculiarity, pistol, property, quality, reason, sense, wits, knowing way around, right stuff, nose*.
ability, aptitude, competence, effectiveness, efficiency, faculty, fortemente, fortissimo, long suit, loud, loudly, medium, metier, oyster, speciality, specialty, strength, strong point, strong suit, talent, Ableness, Eminency, métier, thing*.
accomplishment, acquirement, attainment, attribute, endowment, numen, specialty.
command, expertise, expertness, handiness, ingenuity, know-how, mastership, quickness, skillfulness, trick, expertism, hang of it, savvy*.
activity, area, business, department, employment, field, job, line, occupation, profession, province, pursuit, racket, specialization, trade, vocation, work, specializations.
long suit
good point, good points, redeeming feature, likable trait, redeeming quality.
calling, craft, line of work, walk of life, chosen work, day gig.
cachet, career, characteristic, cup of tea, definiteness, difference, feature, figure, flavor, hallmark, hobby, idiosyncrasy, individuality, keynote, magnum opus, major, mannerism, mark, masterpiece, minor, number, particularity, peculiarity, practice, property, quality, quirk, special, specialization, specialty, stamp, trait, way, weakness, Discriminant, claim to fame, distinguishing feature, field of concentration, object of attention, object of study, special project, pièce de résistance, game*.
strong point
long suit.
Examples of usage:
  1. His great sanctity, his prayers, and fastings, have on many occasions been found to be of the greatest service, both in replenishing his pockets, and in restoring those to health who have consulted him; but his great forte is in saying masses for the souls of the departed, which have double the efficacy of those of any other religious person, as he constantly affirms, and no one can disprove, nor does any one dream of disputing the word of so holy a man. – The Prime Minister by W.H.G. Kingston
  2. Mathematics, you will understand, were not the Dean's forte. – Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town by Stephen Leacock
  3. One's particular forte is said to be his tamahnous. – Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon, or, Trade Language of Oregon by George Gibbs
  4. Diplomacy is your forte: you should keep to it. – Faith and Unfaith by Duchess
  5. Towards the end of that year, and in the beginning of 1361, John promulgated a reformation of the coinage- a return to good or " forte" money, and in this reformation he adopted a ratio which would act on the English stock of precious metals. – The History of Currency, 1252 to 1896 by William Arthur Shaw