superiority

[ suh-peer-ee-awr-i-tee, -or-, soo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF superiority

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUPERIORITY

To be able to look down where he looked up—what was it but superiority?

George does more frequently, but not with the air of superiority he once did.

Their superiority was greater in size and weight of metal than in numbers.

A sentiment appropriate to the occasion of another's superiority.

I admit the superiority of many other French things besides French art.

But I will not yield an inch on the superiority of English weather and weather-painting.

His self-respect must be restored by superiority over somebody.

The older man looked at me with the superiority of age towards youth.

Superiority of rank is a powerful and genuine influence in love.

The superiority of these man-animals increased with every moment.

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