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divinity the condition of having divine or superlative qualities. [1/4 definitions]
driest a superlative of dry.
earliest superlative of early.
eldest a superlative of old.
-est used to form the superlative degree of many adjectives and adverbs.
formidable causing awe or admiration by some superlative characteristic such as strength. [1/3 definitions]
freest superlative of free.
latest superlative of late. [1/3 definitions]
maddest superlative of mad.
oldest superlative of old. [1/2 definitions]
queen a woman, place, or thing of superlative qualities. [1/5 definitions]
shiest a superlative of shy1.
sliest a superlative of sly.
spriest a superlative of spry.
sublime superlative or supreme. [2/5 definitions]
superl. abbreviation of "superlative," in grammar, denoting the form of adjectives and adverbs that indicates the highest or most extreme degree of comparison. (Cf. comparative, positive.) [2 definitions]
superlative in grammar, the superlative degree, or a word or form in this degree. [1/5 definitions]
the2 used before a superlative to indicate the thing or object so described. [1/3 definitions]
very used to intensify a superlative or to stress an adjective or identifier. [1/7 definitions]
youngest superlative of young. [1/2 definitions]