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 machine or appliance, as a washing machine, loaded and unloaded through an opening in the top (distinguished from front loader).
noun 1. a large inland sea in N Canada. 850 miles (1370 km) long; 600 miles (965 km) wide; 400,000 sq. mi. (1,036,000 sq. km). /ˈhʌdsən/ noun 1. an inland sea in NE Canada: linked with the Atlantic by Hudson Strait; the S extension forms James Bay; discovered in 1610 by Henry Hudson. Area (excluding […]