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


The nurse is not expected to be super-human, superficial, or nave.

They attribute to them super-human, almost divine, qualities.

Now, it seems to me, that all this is super-human in its sublime elevation!

He looks for demonstrations of power, not human but super-human.

You may even be called "super-human" by some from your powers of discernment.

There was a fathomless serenity in her face which seemed to me super-human.

A sort of incredulity, as of the monstrous and the super-human seized her.

The night accentuated its appearance of terrible repose, of super-human indifference to whatever might befall.

The Mystic was delighted with the theatres, because, as he said, most of the plays seemed so super-human.

She knows your vivid imagination, and fears my lavish praises will lead you to expect a being of super-human excellence.