vb. (en-past of: max)
Usage examples of "maxed".
If Shiva says he maxed the course, I'll assume he can keep up, keep quiet and back us up.
A hazy part of his mind recalled that the Darhel was alleged to have maxed the course, and he started to wonder if that was true.
He had his sensors maxed and they confirmed that faint cracking sound to be a gauss rifle, sniper type.
If the prints were good, she would pay for them with her credit card, if it wasn’t maxed out.
In the past few weeks she had maxed out her credit cards and borrowed heavily on signature loans, knowing she could pay them off the day the Energistics check arrived.
He would’ve maxed it, but he had gone home the night before with one of the waitresses, who wanted to show him her new flat and other things of possible interest, and had been more than a little hungover.
He had cut all extraneous power, maxed his shielding on all freqs, held sensors on passive, and dropped internal operations to the barest hum.
During Basic School, he had maxed every physical fitness test he’d taken and gotten himself a billet to U.
The two ECCs would enable us to use much more energy and perhaps push our warp velocity even further than the fifty times that of light we had maxed out at previously.
Moments before the missiles hit, I maxed the 'Gravs and pulled back on the controls.
And I'll tell the peacekeepersnot that they're not already maxed out just trying to keep up with the riots that have started up along with everything else.
And I'll tell the peacekeepers—not that they're not already maxed out just trying to keep up with the riots that have started up along with everything else.