One that possesses great force or energy: She is an editorial powerhouse. (noun)
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Use "powerhouse" in a sentence
"The social-networking powerhouse is a couple weeks away from unfurling new privacy settings that let users control who sees each piece of content they post to their profile."
"ConAgra's plan to create a private-label powerhouse comes as cash-strapped consumers, battered by high unemployment and rising gasoline prices, are looking for ways to save money."
"The supposed powerhouse is one of just two divisions in the NFL without a single team with a winning record."