supereminent, sū-pėr-em′i-nent, adj. eminent in a superior degree: excellent beyond others.
The confidence of Mr. Madison and his own supereminent qualities alone sustained him.
What I shall urge in his favour is simply this: the man whom opposite parties unite in praising must have supereminent merit.
supereminent over all the great geniuses of the world,—and with no others have I compared him,—is Shakspeare in his women.
It is this quality which has made the master-works of Chillingworth and Bentley supereminent.
All the family were quick at it, but his astounding memory made him supereminent.
The quality of the love of procreating is known from its delight, which is supereminent and transcendent.
If Baby Carlos's performance in it be anything in proportion, he will be a supereminent sovereign!
As he is the chief of poets, we infer that the faculty in which he is supereminent must be the greatest of poetic endowments.
For this group in especial perhaps—the irrepressible, the supereminent young persons—his best pen was ready.