Super in a sentence

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Definition of Super

  • A prefix signifying above over beyond, and hence often denoting in a superior position in excess over and above in addition exceedingly; as in superimpose, supersede, supernatural, superabundance.
  • A prefix formerly much used to denote that the ingredient to the name of which it was prefixed was present in a large, or unusually large, proportion as compared with the other ingredients; as in calcium superphosphate. It has been superseded by per- bi- di- acid, etc. (as peroxide, bicarbonate, disulphide, and acid sulphate), which retain the old meanings of super-, but with sharper definition. Cf. Acid a. Bi- Di-, and Per-.

How to use super in a sentence. Super pronunciation.

And it is very needful to understand and to remember that there is nothing which can properly be called SUPER- natural, or above Nature, inasmuch as this Eternal Spirit of Energy is in and throughout all Nature.
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No faculty-but a super- university with all the searchers and researchers, inventors, experimenters, thinkers of the world for faculty.
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One of the ruder posters consisted of Ronald Reagan with a super- imposed hand making a most obscene manual gesture.
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The super- visor control override.
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Even agencies who have in the past been critical of the super- secret NSA are praising their preliminary efforts and recommenda- tions to deal with the emergency.
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But feelings that are constrained becloud the judgement besides arresting the fine jet of delivery wherewith the mastered lover is taught through his ears to think himself prompted, and submit to be controlled, by a creature super- feminine.
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To reach them you wander through crooked suburban lanes, down the course of the Loire, to a rough, undesirable, incon- gruous spot, where a small, crude building of red brick is pointed out to you by your cabman (if you happen to drive) as the romantic abode of a super- stitious king, and where a strong odor of pigsties and other unclean things so prostrates you for the moment that you have no energy to protest against the obvious fiction.
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Nor needs he any; his actions are not begot with deliberation; his wisdom naturally knows what's best: his intellect stands ready fraught with the super- lative and purest ideas of goodness, consultations, and election, which are two motions in us, make but one in him: his actions springing from his power at the first touch of his will.
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Examples of Super

Example #1
Therefore, what to the common mind appears miraculous or impossible, is nevertheless actually ordinary, and only seems EXTRA-ordinary to the common mind's lack of knowledge and experience.
Example #2
Being in Itself the Radiant outflow of the Mind of God, it is the LIFE of the Universe.
Example #3
No students-but every man the world round interested in the theme under consideration, welcome, as student without pay.
Example #4
All the plant needs would be a building which would contain one or two fine halls for public speaking, and a few properly appointed apartments.
Example #5
Scott viewed the walls as if in an art gallery, not a hackers convention.
Example #6
Another portrayed a cobweb covered skeleton sitting behind a computer terminal with a repairman standing over him asking a pertinent question.