superpowerful

superpowerful

(ˌsuːpəˈpaʊəfʊl)
adj
extremely powerful
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
References in periodicals archive ?
"It's just because I was superpowerful and they needed gossip to talk about." Her debut sold more than 6 million copies in a year and she toured the world.
That's especially true of people who often tow heavy items like caravans or horse boxes - they'll find that a petrol, unless it's a superpowerful one, really tends to struggle in these situations.
Randy Taraborrelli's latest celebrity biography, Jackie, Janet & Lee (Macmillan Audio, 20 hours), compellingly narrated by Ann Marie Lee, brings you up close and personal with the ever fascinating, superrich and superpowerful clan of Janet Auchincloss and two of her daughters, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Lee Radziwill.
Yet many of these characters had their power curtailed or limited in some way, leading to the paradox at the center of O'Reilly's work: "can these female characters truly be considered powerful, much less superpowerful, if they do not have the opportunity to embrace, develop, or utilize their abilities fully and/or freely?"(4).
The ECS01 electric chainsaw from Eckman is a superpowerful, high performance, environmentally friendly and safety packed model that we're sure you'll love to use.
There were signs that Japan might launch an attack, but in the days before satellites and superpowerful radar could detect foreign troop movements, long-range intelligence was hard to come by.
Then she learns that Jenny has her own secret: When she loses her temper, she turns green, large, and superpowerful. Namora also has superpowers (she's related to the Atlantean superhero Namor), and when Janet finds out (when they fight), she decides something strange is going on.
This article is concerned with describing the attempts for the generalisation of the publications and also some of the results obtained by the authors for the dynamics of nitrogen in melting of steel in a superpowerful arc furnace.
There's a possibility that it stands for a superpowerful landscape of the mind, and at the same time as an external reality.
I am struck by how few would-be seasteaders have actual nautical experience, as opposed to lots of clever ideas about flotation, breakwaters (to protect floating domiciles from waves, including the dreaded, superpowerful "rogue waves"), and transportation of seastead-sized objects.