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superromanticism combined form of romanticism.
supersafe combined form of safe.
supersale combined form of sale.
supersalesman combined form of salesman.
supersaturate to add more of a substance to (a solution) than can normally be dissolved in it.
superscout combined form of scout.
superscribe to write on the outside surface of or above (an envelope or the main body of a letter). [2 definitions]
superscript of a number, letter, or symbol, written or printed above and just to one side of another character. (Cf. subscript.) [2 definitions]
superscription the act of writing, marking, or engraving on the outer surface or top of something. [2 definitions]
supersecrecy combined form of secrecy.
supersecret combined form of secret.
supersede to take over the position or influence of; replace. [2 definitions]
superseller combined form of seller.
supersensible unable to be perceived by the senses.
supersensitive extremely or overly sensitive, as to criticism or insult. [2 definitions]
supersession an act or instance of superseding or being superseded.
supersexuality combined form of sexuality.
supersharp combined form of sharp.
supershow combined form of show.
supersinger combined form of singer.
supersleuth combined form of sleuth.