Definition of Supercharged

1. Adjective. (of e.g. an engine) having the power increased by fitting with a supercharger.

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2. Adjective. Fraught with great emotion. "An emotionally charged speech"
Exact synonyms: Charged
Similar to: Emotional

Definition of Supercharged

1. Adjective. Equipped with a supercharger ¹

2. Verb. (past of supercharge) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Supercharged

1. supercharge [v] - See also: supercharge

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Supercharged

superceed
supercelebrities
supercelebrity
supercelestial
supercelestially
supercell
supercells
supercentenarian
supercentenarians
supercenter
supercenters
supercentre
supercentres
supercenturial
supercharge
supercharged (current term)
supercharger
superchargers
supercharges
supercharging
supercheap
superchef
superchefs
superchemical
supercherie
supercheries
superchery
superchic
superchilled
superchondritic

Literary usage of Supercharged

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1. The Register of Arts, and Journal of Patent Inventions edited by Luke Herbert (1827)
"The steam thus supercharged, will heat the upper surface of the boiler in ... If the water which is kept below the supercharged steam by the pressure of it, ..."

2. The Edinburgh Journal of Science by Royal Society of Edinburgh (1827)
"The steam thus supercharged will heat the upper surface of the ... If the water which is kept below the supercharged steam by the pressure of it, should, ..."

3. The Edinburgh Journal of Science by Sir David Brewster (1827)
"The steam thus supercharged will heat the upper surface of the boiler in some ... If the water which is kept below the supercharged steam by the pressure of ..."

4. The Airplane Engine by Lionel Simeon Marks (1922)
"With altitudes in excess of 20000 ft. the weight of the oversized engine becomes considerable and the preference may rightly fall on the supercharged engine ..."

5. The London Journal of Arts and Sciences by William Newton (1827)
"The water and steam in this mixed state, thus filling every part of the boiler, the excess of caloric in the supercharged steam, as well as the extra heat ..."

6. Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress edited by William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington (1827)
"The water and steam in this mixed state, thus filling every part ofthe boiler, the excess of caloric in the supercharged steam, as well as the extra heat ..."

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