Contrary to popular belief, warning-track power is NOT a good thing. It is "almost." it is "not-quite." It is the epitome of having enough to excite, without having enough "oomph" too truly hit the "home run."
"Johnny had warning-track power in the bedroom, starting strong, but finishing early."
by TBiz March 20, 2007
Can you define these popular missing words?
Baseball hitters who can jack one out of the park
Damn barry bonds sure has warning track power
by Mike2345 April 03, 2006