Definition of prowessed in English:

prowessed

adjective

rare, archaic, poetic
  • Possessing or endowed with prowess; valiant, brave, skilful. Also occasionally as noun, with the and plural concord: people showing prowess as a class.

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in Elijah Fenton (1683–1730), poet. From prowess + -ed, perhaps arising through misinterpretation of prowest, superlative of prow.

Pronunciation

prowessed

/ˈpraʊɪst//ˈpraʊɛst//praʊˈɛst/