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rocket-propelled

[rok-it-pruh-peld] /ˈrɒk ɪt prəˌpɛld/
adjective
1.
using rocket power as the chief motive force.
Origin of rocket-propelled
1925-1930
First recorded in 1925-30
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  • The Court agreed that, according to the way the law is worded, only 'rocket-propelled missiles' come under the ban.

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  • So they took the four-man, rocket-propelled cargo plane instead.

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