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Correct spelling: forte
specialty (noun)difference, figure, way, mannerism, characteristic, quality, idiosyncrasy, stamp, definiteness, mark, property, peculiarity, hallmark, quirk, specialization, specialty, discriminant, trait, particularity, feature, flavor, individuality, keynote, cachet.
Other synonyms:fortissimo, specialty, strength, long suit, fortemente, speciality, loudly, strong suit, loud, metier, strong point.
- fortay (34%)
- fortee (22%)
- fortey (15%)
- forta (12%)
- fortae (7%)
- forthe (2%)
- fortue (2%)
- fortie (2%)
- forten (2%)
Examples of usage:1) His forte was not saving- simple accumulation was not for him; but he looked round the district to discover those who had saved. - "Hodge and His Masters", Richard Jefferies.
2) Dissatisfied with Jamestown, as a place that was both unhealthy and exposed to attack from the sea, they advised Sir Thomas Gates, on the eve of his departure for Virginia in the spring of 1609 as the newly appointed lieutenant governor of the colony, to move his principal city above the falls on the James, where he would enjoy every advantage in an attack by a European foe, or better still, that he locate it on the Chowan River in modern North Carolina, " foure dayes Journey from your forte Southewards." - "The Virginia Company Of London, 1606-1624", Wesley Frank Craven.
3) 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", W.H.G. Kingston.