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- adj. Equipped with a supercharger
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of supercharge.
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- adj. (of e.g. an engine) having the power increased by fitting with a supercharger
- adj. fraught with great emotion
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These have not been, historically, the strength of “movement conservatives,” who prefer arguments built on first principles often expressed in supercharged rhetoric.
Hardly the latest thing in supercharged doof doof.
A short term supercharged mode could even supply twelve power strokes.
The Journal's Jon Auerbach captured the kind of supercharged environment that pay incentives can create in a profile of a salesman for EMC Corp. named John Chatwin in 1998.
She was seeing a record executive and I was married and my parents were living with me, so everything was very secret, imbuing subsequent events with a kind of supercharged aura of romance.
Their main staples are a selection of "supercharged" whole-meal dining options, including combinations of steamed fresh vegetables, grilled chicken, turkey, baked tofu, brown rice, beans, and amazing protein shakes and fresh juices.
It's turning into that kind of supercharged debate.
Or were they actual independent entities, a life-form residing, say, one physical dimension away from our own, reachable at a kind of supercharged Web site accessed through chemical rather than electronic means?
But once up and running campaigns can become "supercharged" in a way the old guard could never have imagined.
The Fogelmans also want the new program to be "supercharged" through successful collaborations with other organizations, such as the Memphis chapter of the Urban Land