superstrength

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superstrength

(ˌsuːpəˈstrɛŋθ)
n
great strength
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In silence the three men followed the new trail, all puzzled beyond measure to account for the death of Number One at the hands of what must have been a creature of superhuman strength.
Simultaneously Professor Maxon sprang from his grasp and hurled him back with the superhuman strength of a maniac.
Then they saw her stoop down, and once more with that almost superhuman strength which seemed to belong to her for those few moments, she lifted the strange object who lay cowering there, high above her head.
Robin seized the big fellow with almost superhuman strength.
Morrel was seen carrying, with superhuman strength, the arm-chair containing Noirtier up-stairs.
Their antagonist was a very tall man, wearing the metal of one of your own guardsmen, and his fighting ability was little short of marvelous for he fought fair against the entire four and vanquished them by his surpassing skill and superhuman strength and endurance.
Their exultation was slightly tempered by the glimpse they had had of the strange apparition of the naked white man galloping away upon the horse of one of their foemen and carrying a companion who was now among them expatiating upon the superhuman strength of the ape-man.
I have been all along expecting some one of imposing presence and superhuman strength, whereas he turns out to be a little insignificant weakling, who has managed to blind my eye by taking advantage of me in my drink; come here, then, Ulysses, that I may make you presents to show my hospitality, and urge Neptune to help you forward on your journey--for Neptune and I are father and son.
Or, Beowulf may really have been a great human fighter who actually killed some especially formidable wild beasts, and whose superhuman strength in the poem results, through the similarity of names, from his being confused with Beowa.
It is no disgrace to fall beneath the superhuman strength of Tarzan of the Apes.
Her powers include superhuman strength, super-speed, and battling with her claws and fangs.
They believe those who take the drug could experience hyperaggression; hallucinations; incoherence; seemingly superhuman strength or endurance; paranoia; and those on the drug may sweat profusely due to a raised temperature.