(of a plastic or other material) able to withstand great force
(of aerobic or other exercise) placing great stress on various areas of the body
informal having great effect: high-impact sound
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How to use high-impact in a sentence
Users are also instructed not to “rock Glass while doing high-impact sports.”
We would do this for high impact players who were essential for the new administration.
The high-impact career, the harmonious marriage, the healthy, well-adjusted child?
The thing about the Incoming High Impact Kanye is that it was nearly the only honest note of the night.
The steel was then retempered to withstand high impact pressures.American Military Insignia 1800-1851 | J. Duncan Campbell and Edgar M. Howell.
He opened his tub and handed out the access points, housed in gray high-impact plastic junction boxes.Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town | Cory Doctorow