Superb in a sentence

The word "superb" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of superb and how to use it in a sentence.

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Definition of Superb

  • Grand; magnificent; august; stately; as, a superb edifice; a superb colonnade.
  • Rich; elegant; as, superb furniture or decorations.
  • Showy; excellent; grand; as, a superb exhibition.

How to use superb in a sentence. Superb pronunciation.

It was the end of August, and the skies were cloudless and the weather superb.
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The climate, in winter at all events, was superb.
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It leaves him no actual duties except to himself, and it opens a superb field to one of brain and courage.
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The signing of the contract was marked by no special incident; only when the notary, with a low, modest voice read the clause by which the General made Mademoiselle d'Estrelles heiress to all his fortune, Camors was amused to remark the superb indifference of Mademoiselle Charlotte, the smiling exasperation of Mesdames Bacquiere and Van-Cuyp, and the amorous regard which Madame de la Roche-Jugan threw at the same time on Charlotte, her son, and the notary.
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She was truly superb and bewitching.
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It was not because I listened to the most marvellous music ever heard on this earth; it was because I admire and envy passionately the superb and profound love of that time.
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She looked fixedly in his eyes, and replied: "I should like to see that," and then left him, with superb nonchalance.
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Do not breathe it to my Uncle Des Rameures, but Paris is superb!
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Were I a man, I should be wildly in love with that superb woman!
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The discipline of the command was superb, and I wish to invite attention to the fact that not an officer was brought to trial by court martial, and, as far as I know, no enlisted men.
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The conditions of this assault were favorable, the morale of my men superb, and the use made of the guns followed the theory therein set forth with the exactness of a mathematical demonstration.
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Easily, and without correction by reason, her imagination made pictures, superb backgrounds casting a rich though phantom light upon the facts in the foreground.
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Splendid as the waters that drop with resounding thunder from high ledges of rock, and plunge downwards into the blue depths of night, was the presence of love she dreamt, drawing into it every drop of the force of life, and dashing them all asunder in the superb catastrophe in which everything was surrendered, and nothing might be reclaimed.
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The superb stiff folds of the crinolines suited the women; the cloaks and hats of the gentlemen seemed full of character.
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Ralph wondered whether she more resembled an elephant, with a jeweled head-dress, or a superb cockatoo, balanced insecurely upon its perch, and pecking capriciously at a lump of sugar.
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But he had lost his head; under the goad of Katharine's ridicule he had said too much, and Cassandra, superb in her dignity and severity, had refused to hear another word, and threatened an immediate return to her home.
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Moments, fragments, a second of vision, and then the flying waters, the winds dissipating and dissolving; then, too, the recollection from chaos, the return of security, the earth firm, superb and brilliant in the sun.
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His figure was bent, his voice was feeble, his face was haggard, but his superb intellect still retained its vigor to the last.
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But-the world forgetting-the young man lingered long, gazing out upon the broad expanse of the waters, his eyes resting carelessly upon the superb panorama of the southern shore.
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With the mere social instinct of long years, Alan Hawke recognized the man's perfunctory politeness, tipped him a couple of francs, and then, mechanically sauntered to a seat in the superb salle a manger.
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Examples of Superb

Example #1
In two or three weeks I had grown wonderfully fascinated with the curious new country and concluded to put off my return to "the States" awhile.
Example #2
We sat up the rest of the night playing cribbage and keeping a sharp lookout for the enemy.
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Sutherland and he lay about in delicious sunshine, under a marvellous sky, smoking excellent cigars, and talking over old Oxford days.
Example #4
Yes, he should certainly write a book on the Bahamas, if only to expose the monstrous system of misgovernment which accounted for the sterility into which these islands had fallen.
Example #5
It carries sadness with it, for it isolates man; but it also involves grandeur, making man absolutely free, or, as it were, a very god.
Example #6
But ripe to-day, it has become the common property of all who are strong enough to stand it-for, in sooth, this latest religion of humanity is food fit only for the strong.