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Date: 1500-1600
Language: Latin
Origin: superbus 'proud, grand', from super; SUPER-

superb

adjective
     
su‧perb [no comparative]
extremely good [= excellent]:
The food was superb.
superb weather
superbly adverb
WORD FOCUS: good WORD FOCUS: good
very good: excellent, fantastic, wonderful, great, terrific, neat American English, superb, amazing, outstanding, brilliant, impressive, fine, first-class, out of this world

of good quality: high quality, top quality, superior, deluxe, classy

morally good: decent, virtuous, respectable, honourable British English/honorable American English, upright, beyond reproach


See also
good

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