The same day, Vegas Insider had the Jets at a 30:1 longshot to win the super Bowl.
The idea was to create such pressure on Congress that a super Committee would forge a rational plan.
Known as the “super intern” on the hit MTV reality show The Hills, she went on to assist Vogue stylist Elissa Santisi.
Now the young Moldavian, who holds a Romanian passport and lives in Bucharest, is a “super witness” in the case.
Today we asked, "Will Rick Santorum win any super Tuesday state?"
If so be as you see our super, Mr. Neale, you might mention that we're out and about.
He looked helplessly from Donkin to the super, and then back again at Donkin.
But as I have remarked more than once, my attempts to be anything more than a super in the play have not been a shining success.
The beekeeper opens the upper part of the hive and examines the super.
Or was that name "Algon" merely one the super used in place of the real one he didn't know he knew?
"first-rate, excellent," 1837, from prefix in superfine (1682), denoting "highest grade of goods," from Latin super "above, over, beyond" (see super-). Extended usage as a general term of approval is 1895 slang, revived 1960s. Rhyming reduplication form super-duper first attested 1940.
word-forming element from Latin adverb and preposition super "above, over, on the top (of), beyond, besides, in addition to," from PIE *uper "over" (cf. Sanskrit upari, Avestan upairi "over, above, beyond," Greek hyper, Old English ofer "over," Gothic ufaro "over, across," Gaulish ver-, Old Irish for), comparative of root *upo "under."
Above; over; upon: superstructure.
Superior in size, quality, number, or degree: supersonic.
Exceeding a norm: supersaturate.
Excessive in degree or intensity: superexcitation.
Containing a specified ingredient in an unusually high proportion: superoxide.
A superintendent, esp one who is custodian of an apartment building (1857+)
Wonderful; excellent; very superior: America's Teenage Girls Speak Language of Their Own That Is Too Divinely Super
[1895+; perhaps fr superior or superfine; revitalized in the 1960s]
used to form adjectives Having the indicated quality to an extraordinary degree: superhappy/ superwonky
used to form nouns A superbly qualified and prodigious specimen of what is indicated: superjerk/ superjock/ superchick/ Supermom
[1930s+; noun prefix stimulated from 1938 by the comic-book character Superman]