Result: a supersonic, pulsating jackhammer of 1,700-degree F exhaust gas.
In 1994 she redesigned the interiors of the supersonic Concorde for Air France.
The U.S. Navy and Marine Corps also use the supersonic F/A-18 Hornet strike fighter to guide other jets to their targets.
A lot of things that look like promises turn out to be mirages - like supersonic passenger aircraft in the 1960s for example.
A wave of some sort—probably subsonic or supersonic—continuously filled the Vininese atmosphere.
It coughed once, sending a beam of supersonic energy into the bodies of both men.
A tiny doll, proportioned like a woman, dashed toward me, shrilling in a supersonic shriek.
During the next two days, events moved with supersonic speed for the Cubs.
The massive plane flew at supersonic speeds and was equipped with jet lifters for vertical take-off or hovering.
Instantly he was batted on the nose from above by a paw that moved with supersonic speed.
supersonic su·per·son·ic (sōō'pər-sŏn'ĭk)
Having, caused by, or relating to a speed greater than the speed of sound in a given medium, especially air.
Of or relating to sound waves beyond human audibility.
Having a speed greater than that of sound in a designated medium, usually air; having a speed greater than Mach 1. Compare hypersonic, subsonic, transonic.