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- adj. Uncommonly excellent; of supreme excellence.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Excellent in an uncommon degree; very excellent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Excellent in an uncommon or superior degree; very excellent.
Valentius, &c. Tobacco, divine, rare, superexcellent tobacco, which goes far beyond all the panaceas, potable gold, and philosopher's stones, a sovereign remedy to all diseases.
As a watchman he is invaluable, as a second captain or fundi, whose duty it is to bring up stragglers, he is superexcellent.
As therefore there is in forms and figures something perfect and superexcellent, the appearance of which is stamped in our minds so that we imitate it, and refer to it everything which falls under our eyes; so we keep in our mind an idea of perfect eloquence, and seek for its resemblance with our ears.
Mrs. Lindsay and the Grant Girls and Mrs. Brown and Tremendous K. 's mother were all superexcellent knitters, and Mrs. Brown who was no more afraid of Mrs. Sutherland than The Woman was, said right out in the meeting that the Kitchener Toe was jist some norms got up by the women in the town who hadn't enough to do, and had never learned to knit, anyhow!
But it is not reverent to offer to a superexcellent person what properly belongs to inferiors.
To the splendour of the chariots and the superexcellent beauty of the horses, the charioteers add the personality necessary to perfect the charm of their display.
But He is incomparable, because in comparison with all He is in all things superexcellent.
The inmates of the dwelling looked to her for sympathy, advice, nursing, and all kinds of attention, as well as for the comfort which could come only by superexcellent housekeeping.
How came it to pass that Lucifer, so excellent by nature and so superexcellent by grace, fell, while so many angels with less advantages remained upright in their fidelity?
He did not quote Touchstone because he believed both words and music superexcellent, the former being in truth not quite bad, and the latter nearly as good.
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