weapons-grade

ADJECTIVE
  1. of a quality adequate for use in weapons (especially in weapons of mass destruction)
    weapons-grade anthrax
    weapons-grade plutonium
  2. extremely strong or concentrated or durable
    industrial-strength detergent
    weapons-grade salsa
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How To Use weapons-grade In A Sentence

  • Included in those facilities, say analysts, is a process line for turning uranium ore into yellowcake, the first step in the process towards enriching it into weapons-grade material.
  • The highly toxic material can be enriched into weapons-grade material if it is fed into nuclear centrifuges.
  • weapons-grade anthrax
  • Video Even if Pyongyang doesn't seek to sell weapons-grade materials such as reprocessed plutonium, Pentagon officials say just the possibility it might sell nuclear-weapons designs poses a security challenge to the U.S. Tests Point to Spread of Weapons Trade
  • Depleted uranium is a by-product of the process in which uranium is enriched to become reactor fuel or weapons-grade material.
  • Previously, it was believed by the International Atomic Energy Agency to hold uranium only for research purposes and no weapons-grade radioactive materials.
  • Operating from 1950 until the fire in 1957, they converted uranium to weapons-grade plutonium for nuclear bombs.
  • Denying terrorists access to nuclear weapons and weapons-grade material is thus a challenge to nations' willpower and determination, not to their technical capabilities.
  • But not his eyes. His eyes were young and bright, their weapons-grade intensity intact.
  • But what it might lack in amenities, the lodge makes up for in the volcanic views, blizzards of butterflies, and the weapons-grade margaritas. Richard Bangs: Nic' of Time
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