Of or relating to highly volatile high-octane gasoline.(adjective)
Meeting exacting requirements.(adjective)
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Use "high-test" in a sentence
"When the gas engine came on, Consumer Reports got about 30 miles to the gallon of premium fuel; which, in terms of additional cost of high-test gas, drives the effective mileage closer to 27 mpg."
"In the old days they were apparently home built or strictly high-test, but with modern collars the highly customizable levels seem to take cruelty out of the equation for any owner."
"I tend to think of them as non-profit vampires of refrigerator contents and laundry detergent mixed with high-test testosterone."