- adj. Very smart.
“Gibbs who used the word "supersmart" twice in the interview; I know you'd want to know that, said he was too lax with players, who enjoyed themselves in Tampa.”
“Aaron Sorkin based his supersmart and superbly funny screenplay on a contentious book, Ben Mezrich's "The Accidental Billionaires," so everything that's seen isn't necessarily to be believed.”
“Click on the hyperlinks you supersmart bloggernews socially networked people.”
““Music” follows an archetypal private eye through Oakland and San Francisco as he delves into the murder of a prominent urologist in a futuristic world that includes supersmart children, erotic nerve-swapping and a menacing kangaroo that works for the mob.”
“This prequel draws new energy from supersmart casting, plus the shrewd notion of setting the beginnings of the X-Men saga in the early 1960s.”
“Rise of the Planet of the Apes" traces the roots of the venerable franchise back to a single resident of contemporary San Francisco, a supersmart simian named Caesar.”
“Feel free to shred it into tiny little pieces (as I was sorely tempted to do when I finished Ulysses after two months of struggling through, which my beautiful and supersmart sister told me would have been in the spirit of the book … I do love her sense of humor).”
“One might mischievously suggest that it's terribly unfair for one girl to get free tutoring from a supersmart economist who used to be president of an elite university and assert that Larry Summers is a hypocrite unless he takes steps toward the socialization of his own brain.”
“My friend Ben, the one who was my science-fair partner and is supersmart, offered to tutor me.”
“What was really going on in that supersmart head of his?”
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