supreme[ suh-preem, soo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF supreme
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUPREME
Our supreme task is the resumption of our onward, normal way.
This hope—this supreme aspiration—must rule the way we live.
While this great man lives, he ought to be supreme in the affairs of his country.
The ability to love cleanly and absolutely is the supreme virtue.
She spoke softly, but with an intensity of supreme feeling in her voice.
It is Shakespeare's finest play, his supreme achievement as a playwright.
It was his absolute abandonment to passion which made Shakespeare the supreme poet.
They were still there alone in this supreme hour, and they waited.
We have no idea of the Supreme Being but what we learn from reflection on our own faculties.
With a supreme effort he pulled himself together and embraced the girl.
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