noun, plural sum·mae [soom-ahy, suhm-ee], /ˈsʊm aɪ, ˈsʌm i/, sum·mas.
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The Citi Bike system is thus a summa of all conservative fears.
Amanpour graduated summa cum laude from the University of Rhode Island with a B.A. in journalism.
Before meeting her husband, she reached an upper rung on Wall Street, after graduating summa cum laude from Georgetown.
But the compelling weight of her experience is revealed in her résumé: summa cum laude from Princeton, editor of Yale Law Review.
He took care to use the word “lynch” in his summa on behalf of Mr. Burris.
In the cavea media and the cavea summa the seats were of stone resting on the bank of earth.The Private Life of the Romans|Harold Whetstone Johnston
I'm dummed if there ain't ol' Santa Claus a comin' t' th' Forks in th' summa time.The Shepherd of the Hills|Harold Bell Wright
Philosophy is developed scientifically in his "Contra Gentes" and theology, scientifically in his great "Summa."Education: How Old The New|James J. Walsh
Summum jus, summa injuria—The Chief Justice—the greatest wrong!The Knight Of Gwynne, Vol. II (of II)|Charles James Lever
Cardinal Cajetan, from whose famous Commentary on the Summa we have occasionally quoted, is unfortunately too little known.On Prayer and The Contemplative Life|St. Thomas Aquinas