- exceptional valor, bravery, or ability, especially in combat or battle.
- exceptional or superior ability, skill, or strength: his prowess as a public speaker.
- a valiant or daring deed.
- With the recent explosion in computing hardware prowess and AI, we’ve been able to somewhat adequately duplicate our core senses with machines.
- 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.
- 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.
- That legal prowess, coupled with an activist’s spirit, has bolstered his reputation since he entered Maryland politics roughly 15 years ago.
- Hyundai plans to implement its newly-acquired robotics prowess for everything from service and logistics robots to autonomous driving and smart factories.
- And, in a gratuitous show of homicidal prowess, Moses kills two assassins he meets while wandering in the desert of Sinai.
- She embodied heroin chic, and her vodka-chugging prowess earned her the nickname ‘The Tank.’
- Displaying equal prowess with their words, in the end it came down to the crowd, whose energy Arsonal channeled with precision.
- Guzmán essentially leveraged violence, political influence, and financial prowess to gain power and market share.
- As narcocorridos extolled his prowess, he built his business empire.
- This story was a favourite with Abershawe: it afforded him a reliable criterion of his unholy prowess.
- He could fence, ride, and carry off the prize in games requiring physical prowess as well as mental fitness.
- So the Queen bade him farewell, saying that wheresoever he might chance to tarry there would all deem him a man of prowess.
- With eagerness sought Thorir to urge him on to make this journey, praising him and his prowess most exceedingly.
- These Indians seem to hold in exalted estimation the martial prowess of the Americans.