Let who will decide which tour de force was the more difficult.
He had, however, added something to his score by a Hooverian tour de force.
This, however, is a tour de force, and not quoted as worthy of imitation.
His face is a tour de force—that of a rare critic, as all healthy babies are.
This was a master stroke—a tour de force—a knock-out—anything you will.
None of the other Dulcines have been able to achieve this tour de force of the creatrix.
“I thought that,” he said, “a bit of a tour de force,” and surely he was right there.
And so justice is saved if only by a tour de force of the imagination.
The Cathedrals are even more of a tour de force of his talent.
But it was a foreign idiom to him, and his occasional use of it a tour de force.