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Brady played well — three touchdowns, two interceptions — but Mahomes was superlative, throwing for 462 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions.
Fifty years later, it seems easy, and a bit unfair, to render judgments on Sheehan, a superlative but tormented reporter who had come to passionately oppose a war he knew was fueled by government lies.
SEEING THE PENTAGON PAPERS IN A NEW LIGHTBY STEPHEN ENGELBERGFEBRUARY 3, 2021PROPUBLICA
For a year of dubious superlatives, 2020 has left the planet one last parting gift.
If you finish a ski run, mountain-bike trail, or sport-climbing route and you love it, I encourage you to try out new superlatives when describing it to someone else.
If within Him these two were to be distinguished, the superlatively perfect Principle would be incomplete and imperfect.
These, indeed, are the general characteristics of all the countryside of central Italy, but here they are superlatively idyllic.
Then, as the trio on the balcony stepped in through the window, he turned suddenly and superlatively scarlet.
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Rigoletto is unpleasant, but it is a superlatively fine tragedy in the Nemesis.
At such times the remarks may be superlatively pleasant, but they are more often superlatively disagreeable.
I am not talking like one who is superlatively jealous for the rights of the old; yet such I am, I assure thee.

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