adverb see supreme

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  • Supremely — Su*preme ly, adv. In a supreme manner. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • supremely — index particularly Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • supremely — su|preme|ly [ su primli ] adverb extremely or to the highest possible degree: a supremely gifted student a. often used for emphasizing negative qualities: a supremely selfish individual …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • supremely — UK [sʊˈpriːmlɪ] / US [sʊˈprɪmlɪ] adverb a) extremely, or to the highest possible degree a supremely gifted student b) often used for emphasizing negative qualities a supremely selfish individual …   English dictionary

  • supremely — adverb To the greatest, highest, or utmost degree. They were supremely confident at the beginning of the season …   Wiktionary

  • supremely — adv. Supremely is used with these adjectives: ↑beautiful, ↑confident, ↑elegant, ↑gifted, ↑important, ↑indifferent, ↑talented …   Collocations dictionary

  • supremely — su|preme|ly [su:ˈpri:mli, sju: , sə US su , su: ] adv [+ adjective/adverb] extremely or to the greatest possible degree ▪ a supremely talented player …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • supremely — adverb (+ adj/adv) extremely or to the greatest possible degree: a supremely talented player …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • supremely — supreme ► ADJECTIVE 1) highest in authority or rank. 2) very great or greatest; most important. ► NOUN (also suprême) ▪ a rich cream sauce or a dish served in this. DERIVATIVES supremely adverb. ORIGIN Lati …   English terms dictionary

  • supremely — adverb to the maximum degree (Freq. 1) he was supremely confident • Derived from adjective: ↑supreme …   Useful english dictionary

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