Antonyms for pre-eminently

  • secondarily
  • trivially
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By common consent he was pre-eminently God-fearing, orderly and conscientious.

A Greek statue of a raimentless Apollo is pre-eminently chaste.

He was pre-eminently fitted for the task he created for himself.

It is pre-eminently the city founded in religious enthusiasm.

As Florence is pre-eminently the city of culture, so is Milan of activities.

Wagner was pre-eminently a musician; he was not a poet, as he wished also to be.

For this is pre-eminently the work which makes its appeal to the few.

Even in that moment, Jack was pre-eminently a gentleman—in his own sense of the term.

The place is pre-eminently (for one person at least) the region of dream and mystery.

"That is pre-eminently one of the things that no fellow can find out," he answered.