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
5 Words related to Warning-Track Power
Baseball hitters who can jack one out of the park
Damn barry bonds sure has warning track power
by Mike2345 April 03, 2006

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