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Though organic cotton can be a little more expensive, it’s excellent for all skin types, including those who are more sensitive.

Just because you—like me—waited until the last minute to get a Valentine’s Day gift for your significant other doesn’t mean it can’t be excellent.

Only new closer Brad Hand was just as excellent as usual in 2020, leading the American League in saves.

Duplex, for example, in its early days came under criticism for how its excellent quality might actually be deceptive, because it wasn’t clear to users they were speaking to a machine logging their responses in a data harnessing exercise.

That means future Fords will feature Sync systems that use Google Maps and Android's excellent voice recognition, as well as opening up the platform to third-party developers.

That's fine—excellent TV shows are snubbed all the time by these awards organizations.

But truth be told, I never came close to mastering the language despite my excellent grades.

As this excellent piece in Mother Jones describes, however, Holsey had outrageously poor representation during his trial.

The text amply surveys the various cultural exponents of tattooing accompanied by excellent images.

In his 2010 evaluation, Wright was praised for “excellent knowledge of RRC rules, regulations and policies.”

We have been in the profession some years, Mr. Pickwick, and have been honoured with the confidence of many excellent clients.

I was a little riled at first myself, but the second and last lady who came out put me in excellent humor.

She played very well, keeping excellent waltz time and infusing an expression into the strains which was indeed inspiring.

Excellent as he was as cavalry commander in the field, Murat had no head for great combinations.

This alone could hinder the execution of his appointment, for in other things he has excellent qualifications for the dignity.


On this page you'll find 219 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to excellent, such as: accomplished, admirable, attractive, distinguished, exceptional, and exemplary.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.