noun (plural tours de force pronunc. same)
A performance or achievement that has been accomplished or managed with great skill: his novel is a tour de force
More example sentences
- His group's success was a spectacular tour de force of meticulous technique and solid research design.
- It's a tour de force of a performance; one that would be enough to recommend the film on its own.
- Their self-titled debut was a tour de force, a record at once wildly experimental and eminently accessible.
French, literally 'feat of strength'.