Origin of caliber
Related formscal·i·bered; especially British, cal·i·bred, adjective
Examples from the Web for calibre
He added that it exposed the calibre of forces that Nato was able deploy.
Romney did not deliver last night the calibre performance he displayed during the first debate.
The encroachment on the calibre of the tube may be quite slight, or may be so great as to amount to almost complete occlusion.
Wallie reached under his pillow and produced a pearl-handled revolver of 32 calibre.The Dude Wrangler|Caroline Lockhart
He had to go on; there was no other way, at least none that an animal of his calibre could think of.Following the Equator, Complete|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
He employed in large numbers rifle grenades and trench-mortars of every calibre with astonishing accuracy.The History of the 51st (Highland) Division 1914-1918|Frederick William Bewsher
Always impecunious, he yet lived, like all men of his calibre, plunged in unspeakable indolence.The Magic Skin|Honore de Balzac