high-power

[ hahy-pou-er ]
/ ˈhaɪˈpaʊ ər /

adjective

(of a rifle) of a sufficiently high muzzle velocity and using a heavy enough bullet to kill large game.

Nearby words

  1. high-occupancy vehicle,
  2. high-occupancy vehicle lane,
  3. high-octane,
  4. high-pass filter,
  5. high-pitched,
  6. high-powered,
  7. high-pressure,
  8. high-pressure oxygen,
  9. high-priced,
  10. high-profile

Origin of high-power

First recorded in 1890–95

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