- of superior eminence, rank, or dignity; distinguished, conspicuous, or worthy of note above others.
Origin of supereminent
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It is this quality which has made the master-works of Chillingworth and Bentley supereminent.Gibbon</p>
James Cotter Morison
The confidence of Mr. Madison and his own supereminent qualities alone sustained him.The Life of Albert Gallatin
What I shall urge in his favour is simply this: the man whom opposite parties unite in praising must have supereminent merit.Paul Clifford, Complete
Supereminent over all the great geniuses of the world,—and with no others have I compared him,—is Shakspeare in his women.
In this way did Rma attain the supereminent state of Siva, in which he sat sedate without uttering a word.
- of distinction, dignity, or rank superior to that of others; pre-eminent
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