high-energy high-energy


  1. (adj) of or relating to elementary particles having energies of hundreds of thousands of electron volts
  2. (adj) providing a relatively large amount of energy upon undergoing a chemical reaction
  3. (adj) vigorously energetic or forceful


  1. Designers took tiny, flexible optical fibers developed for high-energy physics experiments and wove them into ordinary fabric.
  2. Critics of the LHC say the high-energy experiment might create a mini black hole that could expand to dangerous, Earth-eating proportions.
  3. Once you've zeroed in on your next high-energy vacation, you can search for the right travel package from among thousands of pre-screened trips.


  1. AMA May Endorse Ban Of High-Energy Drinks

    The American Medical Association may throw its clout behind sales and advertising bans of ?high-energy/stimulant drinks? to young people under age 18, pending more scientific study about health risks.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Forbes

  2. Earl Turner Unplugging At Suncoast

    You may know Earl Turner as the high-energy singer who jumps up on tables and chairs. But "there's a lot more to me than that," he says. That's why he's introducing a show billed as "Unplugged" Saturday and Sunday at the Suncoast. It's more like he's unplugging
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal

  3. Minnesota Wild re-sign Stephane Veilleux to two-year, two-way deal

    Stephane Veilleux, a high-energy winger who played for the Houston Aeros this past season before getting into two games for the Wild during their brief playoff run, re-signed with Minnesota on Wednesday.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Pioneer Press

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