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hyperintelligent

Definitions

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  • adj. Having remarkable intelligence.

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ intelligent

Examples

  • "hyperintelligent" beings have no idea there are agencies and paypal to change the RL money into L$ and you do not need the silly Payment Info.

    Fashion World of SL

  • Strongwilled and hyperintelligent, she was sixteen years old when she graduated from the international high school in Aix en Provence.

    Memories of people who made me the writer I am today

  • Also angels (fallen and otherwise), hyperintelligent supercolloids, virtual winged dinosaurs, and other stuff.

    i should have read your letters

  • He saw the world as a disorganized, chaotic place in need of a hyperintelligent person like him to simplify it.

    Jack Blank and the Imagine Nation

  • Tony Stark watches the scene in horror and wishes he had the technology that is almost within his reach—a new hyperintelligent instant control system that could have given the aircraft advance warning.

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • Created by writer/producers Chuck Lorre (of Two and a Half Men ) and Bill Prady (of Gilmore Girls ) comes The Big Bang Theory , a sitcom that shows what happens when hyperintelligent roommates/physicists Sheldon and Leonard meet Penny, …

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  • This will, no doubt, come as no surprise to anyone who has followed my stories about her exploits, but, oddly enough, it comes as a fresh daily surprise to me, the person who spends most time with her, that she has the will and demeanour of a hyperintelligent adolescent jacked up on Twinkies.

    Snakes And Snails And Puppy Dog’s Tails | Her Bad Mother

  • Meet hyperintelligent, third-year med student Martha Masters played by guest star Amber Tamblyn.

    Amber Tamblyn on House's Newest Team Member: She's Brilliant, But Incredibly Awkward

  • Jack Fleming, the protagonist, is at heart a moral and good-hearted person, with a hyperintelligent sidekick named Escott and a sweet girlfriend named Bobbi.

    A Little History With Those Vampires, Ma'am?

  • The original Star Trek series yielded to requisite action scenes, fights, and battles, but tried to balance the ratings-grabbers with Obama-esque “negotiations” with enemies, aliens, and hyperintelligent computers.

    Star Trek--Religion and Politics as Sci-fi

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