preeminently

[ pree-em-uh-nuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF preeminently

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This meekness of wisdom Elder Knowles preeminently possessed.

And this is preeminently the case when the motion is downwards.

He had long been preeminently distinguished as a negotiator.

All men appear to agree that marriage is preeminently woman's "sphere."

As the dramatist is preeminently a painter of manners, many of his portraits are masterly.

Christianity arose in what was preeminently a miracle-working age.

Preeminently is this salt of the Dead Sea a savor of life and of death.

Of this epoch, Le Conte says, "It was preeminently an age of reptiles."

He was, indeed, as his own men described it, preeminently the "man behind the gun."

It is preeminently a work of the present time and of the future as well.

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