- his prowess on the football field
Examples of prowess in a Sentence
He is known for his prowess on the football field.
their naval and military prowess
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A half-dozen actors demonstrate their chameleonic prowess in this year’s festival, and experiencing their craft and versatility is one of the greatest pleasures of watching such a varied program.
Such is his prowess at stud, although his fees are undisclosed, reports suggest the figure is in excess of 500,00 euros ($584,200).
Gibson, the Negro League baseball player whose legendary baseball prowess was diminished not being allowed to play in the segregated baseball league, was long considered one of the best power hitters and catchers ever in any league.
But in all seriousness, Facebook’s prowess in technology was on full display this past week, Congressional testimonies be damned.
Also present was their 4-year-old daughter Alijah Mary, who could be seen standing next to Baskett as the former NFL player appeared to take a video documenting his son’s athletic prowess.
LeBron James will lead the Cavs to his eighth straight finals appearance, 4-1 -- Christopher Brito In the most anticipated playoff matchup, the Rockets will host the Warriors in a battle set to be defined by each team's offensive prowess.
Trump has pointed to his willingness to sit down with Kim, and to walk away if necessary, as evidence of his negotiating prowess.
As the world processes the cancelation of the U.S.-North Korea summit scheduled for next month, President Trump’s allies are spinning it as an example of his negotiating prowess.
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PROWESS Defined for English Language Learners
: great ability or skill
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