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Definition of "pow" []

  • An exclamation imitative of a collision, explosion, etc (exclamation)
  • Represents the sound of a violent impact, such as a punch. (interjection)

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  • Represents the sound of an explosion. (interjection)
  • The sound of a violent impact. (noun)
  • The sound of an explosion. (noun)
  • Alternative form of poll. (noun)

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Use "pow" in a sentence
  • "It was evident these people had not forgot the Endeavour being on their coast; for the first words they spoke to us were, _Mataou no te pow pow_ (we are afraid of the guns)."
  • "The insect came, filled himself full, and flew off replete; but somehow sleep would not come to either Ned or his uncle, and they were lying hot and weary longing for the repose, when they both started up, for from somewhere in the forest beyond the cottages came a deep-toned sound which can only be rendered by the word pow!"
  • "This grand tradition extends to Brooklyn-via-Jersey siblings Edward and Jeff Nazareno, who perform under the moniker pow wow!"