excellent[ ek-suh-luhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF excellent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCELLENT
With these thoughts was mingled deep pity for the pure-minded and excellent Philæmon.
Miss Bines and young Milbrey were already on excellent terms.
The lotus is a leguminous plant—so excellent for the salad—not for the roast.
With Captain Evans, on the other hand, Robert was on excellent terms.
We soon pitched camp, and took the horses to the feed, which was excellent.
"It is an excellent resolve," said my companion, looking at his watch.
That lagoon presented an excellent place for a cattle-station.
At present the Cliques have made, most excellent provisions.
There was constantly some excellent reason why the one mentioned would not do.
Voice, pose and gesture proclaimed at least the excellent mimic.
mid-14c., from Old French excellent "outstanding, excellent," from Latin excellentem (nominative excellens), present participle of excellere (see excel).