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The molecules gain extra oomph from striking the carbon nanotubes on the bottom of the craft.

A little color coordination goes a long way, so getting a pair that matches your best scarf can give a winter outfit an extra bit of oomph.

The backspin helps the light ammo stay airborne for longer without requiring extra oomph behind each shot.

The design of its models can be a bit old-school ordinary, but what they lack in visual oomph, they more than makeup for in sound and savings.

In addition to installing the rocket’s innards, the company next needs to assemble the Super Heavy, a massive lower stage booster that will give Starship the oomph it needs to actually get into orbit.

Any good Baby Boom boy my age can testify that the oomph went out of American family car design in 1963.

All the oomph in the U.S. economy was delivered by the top 10% of households.

The idea is to give your games, movies, and TV shows a bit of mobile oomph.

I doubt a Volt would even have enough oomph to warm the car up here!

Abnegation is a way of adding oomph to any ritual; putting your stomach where your mouth is.

Then a look of intelligence came into mammy's fat face, "Oomph," she said.

About the only remarks that could be elicited from the "little yaller man" were a reluctant "oomph" or "oomph-uh."


On this page you'll find 76 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to oomph, such as: fortitude, pep, potency, stamina, vigor, and vitality.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.