Examples from the Web for supersonic
The U.S. Navy and Marine Corps also use the supersonic F/A-18 Hornet strike fighter to guide other jets to their targets.Air Force Pilots Say They're Flying Blind Against ISIS|Dave Majumdar|October 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Result: a supersonic, pulsating jackhammer of 1,700-degree F exhaust gas.Why Can’t America’s Newest Stealth Jet Land Like It’s Supposed To?|Bill Sweetman|May 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In 1994 she redesigned the interiors of the supersonic Concorde for Air France.Andrée Putman, ‘the Grande Dame of Design,’ Revolutionized Interiors|Tracy McNicoll|January 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A lot of things that look like promises turn out to be mirages - like supersonic passenger aircraft in the 1960s for example.
Within a week, they had determined there was indeed a broad range of supersonic frequencies capable of precipitating the dust.The Year When Stardust Fell|Raymond F. Jones
It coughed once, sending a beam of supersonic energy into the bodies of both men.The Penal Cluster|Ivar Jorgensen (AKA Randall Garrett)
A wave of some sort—probably subsonic or supersonic—continuously filled the Vininese atmosphere.The Instant of Now|Irving E. Cox, Jr.
Flying at supersonic speed, they reached the area of the lost missile in the South Atlantic soon after lunch.Tom Swift and the Electronic Hydrolung|Victor Appleton
During the next two days, events moved with supersonic speed for the Cubs.Dan Carter Cub Scout|Mildred A. Wirt
British Dictionary definitions for supersonic
Word Origin and History for supersonic
1919, "of or having to do with sound waves beyond the limit of human hearing," from super- + sonic. Attested from 1934 in sense of "exceeding the speed of sound" (especially as a measure of aircraft speed), leaving the original sense to ultrasonic (1923).