prowess / ˈpraʊ ɪs /


prowess 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. exceptional valor, bravery, or ability, especially in combat or battle.
  2. exceptional or superior ability, skill, or strength: his prowess as a public speaker.
  3. a valiant or daring deed.

prowess 近义词

n. 名词 noun

ability, skill

n. 名词 noun



  1. With the recent explosion in computing hardware prowess and AI, we’ve been able to somewhat adequately duplicate our core senses with machines.
  2. Plus, if you’d spent a summer as a sous-chef, you would try to find a way to casually demonstrate your cooking prowess, too.
  3. In theory, the Brooklyn Nets have a Big Three now, one of the most phenomenal mergers of individual offensive prowess the NBA has ever seen.
  4. That legal prowess, coupled with an activist’s spirit, has bolstered his reputation since he entered Maryland politics roughly 15 years ago.
  5. Hyundai plans to implement its newly-acquired robotics prowess for everything from service and logistics robots to autonomous driving and smart factories.
  6. And, in a gratuitous show of homicidal prowess, Moses kills two assassins he meets while wandering in the desert of Sinai.
  7. She embodied heroin chic, and her vodka-chugging prowess earned her the nickname ‘The Tank.’
  8. Displaying equal prowess with their words, in the end it came down to the crowd, whose energy Arsonal channeled with precision.
  9. Guzmán essentially leveraged violence, political influence, and financial prowess to gain power and market share.
  10. As narcocorridos extolled his prowess, he built his business empire.
  11. This story was a favourite with Abershawe: it afforded him a reliable criterion of his unholy prowess.
  12. He could fence, ride, and carry off the prize in games requiring physical prowess as well as mental fitness.
  13. So the Queen bade him farewell, saying that wheresoever he might chance to tarry there would all deem him a man of prowess.
  14. With eagerness sought Thorir to urge him on to make this journey, praising him and his prowess most exceedingly.
  15. These Indians seem to hold in exalted estimation the martial prowess of the Americans.