Sunday to the commercial traveler, if to no others, is preeminently a day of rest.
And this is preeminently the case when the motion is downwards.
It is preeminently a work of the present time and of the future as well.
As the dramatist is preeminently a painter of manners, many of his portraits are masterly.
It may not have appeared to be a novel or perhaps brilliant conception, but it has turned out to be preeminently sound.
Christianity arose in what was preeminently a miracle-working age.
Among the hardy youths of the Northern Athens I had been preeminently distinguished for feats of activity and strength.
Of this epoch, Le Conte says, "It was preeminently an age of reptiles."
This meekness of wisdom Elder Knowles preeminently possessed.
Specimens of the dialects in their older stages, preeminently scanty.