Definition of superb in English:

superb

Syllabification: su·perb
Pronunciation: /so͞oˈpərb, sə-
 
/

adjective

Derivatives

superbly

adverb
More example sentences
  • It's a magnificent scene, superbly written and performed.
  • It's a brave move, and one that pays off superbly well.
  • I already can tell it's remarkable, and is superbly written.

superbness

noun
More example sentences
  • In addition to the superbness of its content, the quality of the book itself is also high.
  • The seven serpentine lakes, enhanced mounding, and the superbness of the fast breaking greens will blow you away.
  • Well, a few things may have been missed, but that sort of thing happens, and it doesn't diminish one bit the superbness of the work done.

Origin

mid 16th century (sense 2): from Latin superbus 'proud, magnificent'.

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