rocket-propelled

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rocket-propelled

[rok-it-pruh-peld]
adjective
using rocket power as the chief motive force.

Origin:
1925–30

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Example sentences
Moments later, bullets tore into the bridge, and vapor trails from
  rocket-propelled grenades streaked across the bow: pirates.
Rocket-propelled aircraft, such as the space shuttle, routinely reach
  hypersonic speeds on return from space.
We chatted while her fellow trainees fired practice rounds of rocket-propelled
  grenades.
He was trying to fire a rocket-propelled grenade from a shoulder mount, but it
  kept slipping off his shoulder.
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