- supravital stain,
- supreme being,
- supreme commander,
- supreme court,
- supreme court of judicature,
- supreme judicial court
Origin of supreme1
Examples from the Web for supremely
Schieffer and Wallace are supremely well-connected journalists.Jon Stewart and 'Meet The Press' Would Have Been One Unhappy Marriage|Lloyd Grove|October 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Remember that a heartfelt, supremely uncomfortable a cappella rendition of 'These Eyes' in Superbad?Michael Cera’s ‘true that’ Review: So Melancholy, So Cool, So Damn Long|Amy Zimmerman|August 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The monarch, the consummate PR, the head of the nation, had been supremely outplayed on her home territory.
I had always thought of writers as supremely solitary creatures.
Any morsel of rationale for why the “supremely safe” Boeing 777 vanished is swallowed like a pill.
There had been but the one thing which had ever been to him supremely desirable.Marion Fay|Anthony Trollope
That which is supremely simple and supremely absolute stands in need of nothing.Plotinos: Complete Works, v. 4|Plotinos (Plotinus)
They owe nothing to European literature—their genius is supremely original, native, democratic.Mark Twain|Archibald Henderson
I was supremely happy and looked at life through spectacles different from any I ever had before.Confessions of a Neurasthenic|William Taylor Marrs
The French officers with whom I talked were supremely confident of success.Now It Can Be Told|Philip Gibbs
Word Origin for supreme
Word Origin for suprême
1520s, from Middle French suprême, from Latin supremus "highest," superlative of superus "situated above," from super "above" (see super-). Supreme Being first attested 1690s; Supreme Court is from 1709.