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superb

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsuperbsu‧perb /sjuːˈpɜːb, suː- $ sʊˈpɜːrb/ ●●○ adjective [no comparative]  GOOD/EXCELLENTextremely good syn excellent The food was superb. superb weathersee thesaurus at goodsuperbly adverb
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superbThe lilies we got from the flower market were absolutely superb.The meal was superb.Kernaghan was superb at the back and seemed to inspire those around him.a superb collection of Chinese porcelainWe love it for all the beautiful things that the police can neither offer nor take away-particularly a superb concept like rahma.In the center of the crown is a superb diamond.The working environment is excellent and our project teams enjoy superb facilities, which include sophisticated instrumentation and computing equipment.The story of Fleming's discovery was a superb one and gained delightful embellishments as it dwindled in truthfulness.a superb performanceBut Harding is a superb pitcher, with a controversial past and could help the Aussies to a strong showing.
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