su·​per·​strong ˌsü-pər-ˈstrȯŋ How to pronounce superstrong (audio)
: extremely strong
superstrong glue
superstrong coffee

Examples of superstrong in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web In the oceans, superstrong materials protect this bubble and keep the pressure out. Rick N. Tumlinson, Scientific American, 15 Jan. 2024 In hopes of reducing this roadway violence, even a little, Kiefer has designed a side guard using superstrong polyester webbing — the same material is used to lift extremely heavy cargo — attached to a matrix of steel bars. A.c. Thompson, ProPublica, 13 June 2023 But 3d electrons alone are not enough to make superstrong magnets. IEEE Spectrum, 22 Mar. 2023 Afro hair is superstrong. Sheilla Mamona, Glamour, 8 Aug. 2022 Now researchers have used the same principle to develop a superstrong glass composite that could one day make nearly unbreakable smartphone screens, windshields and other items that currently rely on various types of treated glass. Sophie Bushwick, Scientific American, 8 Nov. 2021 The monthly payrolls report showed a superstrong labor market, with more jobs created than expected and unemployment matching a 53-year low. James MacKintosh, WSJ, 9 Oct. 2022 The film's superstrong patient-zero zombie Zeus is played by Snyder's friend and longtime collaborator Richard Cetrone. Clark Collis,, 14 May 2021 That slow bouncing ball is going to be a superstrong water balloon. Exploratorium, Scientific American, 22 May 2014

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Word History

First Known Use

1790, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of superstrong was in 1790

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“Superstrong.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 19 Apr. 2024.

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