- 1Be capable of hitting with skill or force: Rosie could pack a hefty punchMore example sentences
- And yet, de Montalk's tense, restrained minimalism is capable of packing a punch.
- The underdog Kings are also a hefty 37-6 at home in Arco Arena, packing a punch with a lineup that includes All-Stars Webber and fellow pistolero Peja Stojakovic.
- It was small, light weight, 5.7mm, not quite an assault rifle but it packed a punch.
- 1.1Have a powerful effect: the Spanish wine packed quite a punchMore example sentences
- The show itself also packs a punch, complete with a seven-piece band, special guest guitarist David Lee Murphy, a nine-metre high video screen and state-of-the-art lighting and sound.
- Whether you're a DVD anorak or not, when you pop a new disc into your DVD player and press ‘Play’ on the remote control, there's no denying that you're looking for a menu screen that packs a punch.
- This is lighter than most dark beers, almost a deep rouge, but it still packs a punch with its Christmas pudding drenched in sherry aroma (like your Gran use to do).
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