power, might, or force.
a competition in showjumping that tests a horse’s ability to jump a limited number of large obstacles
(archaic or poetic) power
adjective 1. Law. younger; inferior in rank; junior, as in appointment. noun 2. an associate judge as distinguished from a chief justice. adjective 1. (esp of a subordinate judge) of lower rank
noun 1. (Scot) poverty
adjective, Scot. 1. poor. 2. pure. adjective 1. a Scot word for poor
noun 1. a sequence or series. 2. a petition, remonstrance, or the like, having the signatures arranged in circular form so as to disguise the order of signing. 3. a letter, notice, or the like, circulated from person to person in a group, often with individual comments being added by each. 4. Sports. a tournament […]
noun 1. the act of taking or receiving something offered. 2. favorable reception; approval; favor. 3. the act of assenting or believing: acceptance of a theory. 4. the fact or state of being accepted or acceptable. 5. acceptation (def 1). 6. Commerce. an engagement to pay an order, draft, or bill of exchange when it […]