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Exceptionally good; of the highest quality; superb
The form of an adjective that expresses which of more than two items has the highest degree of the quality expressed by the adjective; in English, formed by appending "-est" to the end of the adjective (for some short adjectives only) or putting "most" before it

The superlative of big is biggest.

An adjective used to praise something exceptional

Lincoln is amazing, wonderful, fantastic, and many other superlatives I can’t think of right now!.

The highest extent or degree of something
Of or relating to a superlative
that which is of the highest possible excellence or eminence
{a} expressing the highest degree
denoted by an adjective or an adverb
Of the highest order, quality or degree (e g best, most, greatest, etc)
That which is highest or most eminent; the utmost degree
the superlative form of an adjective; "`best' is the superlative form of `good'"
If you describe something as superlative, you mean that it is extremely good. Some superlative wines are made in this region The Regent hotel has a superlative view of Hong Kong island
Lifted up to the highest degree; most eminent; surpassing all other; supreme; as, superlative wisdom or prudence; a woman of superlative beauty; the superlative glory of the divine character
an exaggerated expression (usually of praise); "the critics lavished superlatives on it
{i} word denoting the highest degree of a quality (Grammar); something of superior value
The superlative degree is formed from the positive by the use of -est, most, or least; as, highest, most pleasant, least bright
An adjective in its absolute form used to describe something exceptional
A kind of adjective, typically ending in "-est", used to indicate that whatever-it-is is the ultimate whatever of its kind
Expressing the highest or lowest degree of the quality, manner, etc
In grammar, the superlative form of an adjective or adverb is the form that indicates that something has more of a quality than anything else in a group. For example, `biggest' is the superlative form of `big'. Compare comparative. Superlative is also a noun. his tendency towards superlatives and exaggeration
the degree of grammatical comparison that denotes an extreme or unsurpassed level or extent Some of my definitions may be "silly", but superlative is "silliest"
The superlative degree of adjectives and adverbs; also, a form or word by which the superlative degree is expressed; as, strongest, wisest, most stormy, least windy, are all superlatives
the superlative form of an adjective; "`best' is the superlative form of `good'" an exaggerated expression (usually of praise); "the critics lavished superlatives on it
If someone uses superlatives to describe something, they use adjectives and expressions which indicate that it is extremely good. a spectacle which has critics world-wide reaching for superlatives
the highest level or degree attainable; "his landscapes were deemed the acme of beauty"; "the artist's gifts are at their acme"; "at the height of her career"; "the peak of perfection"; "summer was at its peak"; " catapulted Einstein to the pinnacle of fame"; "the summit of his ambition"; "so many highest superlatives achieved by man"; "at the top of his profession"
{s} of the highest degree, supreme; denoting the highest degree of a quality (Grammar)
highest in quality
an exaggerated expression (usually of praise); "the critics lavished superlatives on it"
superlative degree
adverbial or adjectival forms modified by most or ending in -est, used when comparing three or more things
absolute superlative
In Greek: one of the degrees of comparison in an adjective which stresses an exceptional property without making a direct comparison, its closest equivalent in English being a most important letter, a very high mountain or absolutely pure water. It is formed by adding the suffix -τατος (declined) to the adjective’s nominative, neuter singular
absolute superlative
In Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Catalan; the form of an adjective formed by adding the suffixes -issimo, -isimo, -íssimo, -érrimo, -imo, or -íssim to the adjective (with any final vowel dropped) to express a superlative that cannot be exceeded, having the sense “as ... as possible”
comparative superlative
In Spanish: the superlative form of an adjective when it is used in a grammatically comparative situation
relative superlative
In Greek: one of the degrees of comparison of an adjective, the equivalent in English of the superlative, similar to the comparative superlative used in Spanish. Compare with absolute superlative

Ο χειρότερος is the relative superlative form of κακός.

{a} in or with the highest degree
to a superlative degree
in a superlative manner
In a superlative manner, in the greatest possible way
Plural of superlative