- adj. Using steam power.
- adj. powered by a steam engine
“Napoleon had dismissed the idea of steam-powered ships when Fulton broached the subject while still in France.”
“Abe Lincoln, the steam-powered emancipator (link roundup)”
“It can't do everything the old steam-powered, front cranked, desktop PC could do, and I've no bookmarks here, but blogging seems to be a possibility again.”
“Luke MacGregor/Reuters COLORFUL DISPLAY: Tony Smith posted in front of a display of pumpkin and squash arranged to look like a steam-powered train near Arundel, England, Friday.”
“Currently in the works, War of the Worlds Goliath is a sequel to War of the Worlds, pitting giant, steam-powered Tripod battle machines against the Martians.”
“In April 1816, Congress approved an eight-year program to build nine ships of the line, twelve large frigates, and three steam-powered port-defense batteries.”
“Cables that held the masts in place lie in coils on the deck and a steam-powered winch that might have been added in the early 1900s is visible in the bow section.”
“On the new Ford carrier, the catapult that launches jets off the deck will be electromagnetic, not steam-powered, allowing for quicker takeoffs.”
“He stayed in the shadows while the scant dozen passengers disembarked from the wooden-hulled steam-powered passenger ferry Virginia V, just in from Seattle via the Colvos Passage.”
“Attempts to restore a a steam-powered ship built at Birkenhead in 1903 and now the oldest of its kind in the world, may have been sunk by its failure to win a £2.8m Heritage Lottery Fund grant.”
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