excellence

[ ek-suh-luhns ]SEE DEFINITION OF excellence

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCELLENCE

It was an animate statue to the excellence of good, clean living.

I was surprised by the excellence of the hotel at which I was lodged.

His work in other kinds is of a very different order of excellence.

But that is easily forgiven in consideration of the excellence of the matter.

This excellence may be one of proportion or one of many other kinds.

Excellence in art, as in everything else, can only be achieved by dint of painstaking labour.

It would paralyze all desire of excellence were we to think otherwise.

The short dialogue has great excellence, but not this kind of excellence.

Excellence,” he said, “is never granted to man but as the reward of labour.

The Spirit infinitely great, or the Spirit by way of excellence.

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