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supercede
/sooh'peuhr seed"/, v.t., superceded, superceding. supersede. * * *
supercelestial
adj.; supercelestially, adv. * * *
supercensure
n. * * *
supercenter
n. * * *
supercerebellar
adj. * * *
supercerebral
adj.; supercerebrally, adv. * * *
superceremonious
adj.; superceremoniously, adv.; superceremoniousness, n. * * *
supercharge
/sooh"peuhr chahrj'/, v.t., supercharged, supercharging. 1. to charge with an abundant or excessive amount, as of energy, emotion, or tension. 2. to supply air to (an ...
supercharged
/sooh"peuhr chahrjd'/, adj. 1. equipped with a supercharger. 2. (of a gas or liquid) subjected to pressurization. 3. full of energy, emotion, tension, etc. [1885-90; SUPERCHARGE ...
supercharger
/sooh"peuhr chahr'jeuhr/, n. a mechanism for forcing air into an internal-combustion engine in order to increase engine power. [1920-25; SUPERCHARGE + -ER1] * * * Air compressor ...
superchemical
adj., n.; superchemically, adv. * * *
superchic
adj. * * *
superchivalrous
adj.; superchivalrously, adv.; superchivalrousness, n. * * *
superchurch
/sooh"peuhr cherrch'/, n. a church housed in an extremely large structure and containing elaborate facilities. [1990-95] * * *
superciliary
/sooh'peuhr sil"ee er'ee/, adj. Anat., Zool. 1. of or pertaining to the eyebrow. 2. having a conspicuous line or marking over the eye, as certain birds. 3. situated on the ...
superciliary ridge
Anat. browridge. [1725-35] * * *
supercilious
—superciliously, adv. —superciliousness, n. /sooh'peuhr sil"ee euhs/, adj. haughtily disdainful or contemptuous, as a person or a facial expression. [1520-30; < L ...
superciliously
See supercilious. * * *
superciliousness
See superciliously. * * *
supercilium
/sooh'peuhr sil"ee euhm/, n., pl. supercilia /-sil"ee euh/. Archit. 1. the fillet above the cyma of a cornice. 2. (on an Attic base) either of the fillets above and below the ...
supercity
/sooh"peuhr sit'ee/, n., pl. supercities. 1. a large, heavily populated urban area that includes several cities; megalopolis. 2. a very large city. [1920-25, Amer.; SUPER- + ...
supercivil
adj.; supercivilly, adv. * * *
supercivilized
adj. * * *
superclaim
n. * * *
superclass
/sooh"peuhr klas', -klahs'/, n. Biol. 1. a category of related classes within a phylum or subphylum. 2. a subphylum. [1890-95; SUPER- + CLASS] * * *
superclassified
adj. * * *
superclean
adj. * * *
superclub
n. * * *
supercluster
/sooh"peuhr klus'teuhr/, n. Astron. a cluster of open clusters. [1925-30; SUPER- + CLUSTER] * * *
supercoil
—supercoiled, adj. /sooh"peuhr koyl'/, n. Biochem. superhelix. [1965-70; SUPER- + COIL1] * * *
supercoincident
adj.; supercoincidently, adv. * * *
supercollider
supercollider [so͞o΄pər kə līd′ər] n. Nuclear Physics an accelerator that produces very high-energy collisions of subatomic particles * * * su·per·col·lid·er ...
supercolossal
adj.; supercolossally, adv. * * *
supercolumnar
/sooh'peuhr keuh lum"neuhr/, adj. Archit. 1. existing above a column or columns: a supercolumnar feature. 2. of, pertaining to, or characterized by supercolumniation: a ...
supercolumniation
/sooh'peuhr keuh lum'nee ay"sheuhn/, n. Archit. the placing of one order of columns above another. [1830-40; SUPER- + COLUMNIATION] * * *
supercommentary
n., pl. supercommentaries. * * *
supercommercial
adj.; supercommercially, adv. * * *
supercomplex
adj. * * *
supercomplexity
n., pl. supercomplexities. * * *
supercomputer
/sooh"peuhr keuhm pyooh'teuhr, sooh'peuhr keuhm pyooh"teuhr/, n. a very fast, powerful mainframe computer, used in advanced military and scientific applications. [SUPER- + ...
superconducting
su·per·con·duct·ing (so͞oʹpər-kən-dŭk'tĭng) adj. Having, exhibiting, or capable of superconductivity: “a revolutionary superconducting magnetic propulsion system” ...
superconductive
See superconductivity. * * *
superconductivity
—superconduction /sooh'peuhr keuhn duk"sheuhn/, n. —superconductive /sooh'peuhr keuhn duk"tiv/, superconducting, adj. —superconductor /sooh'peuhr keuhn duk"teuhr/, ...
superconductor
superconductor [so͞o΄pər kən duk′tər] n. any material that exhibits superconductivity * * * See superconductive. * * *
superconfident
adj.; superconfidently, adv. * * *
superconformable
adj.; superconformableness, n.; superconformably, adv. * * *
superconfused
adj. * * *
supercongested
adj. * * *
superconservative
adj.; superconservatively, adv.; superconservativeness, n. * * *
superconstitutional
adj.; superconstitutionally, adv. * * *
supercontest
n. v.t. * * *
supercontinent
/sooh'peuhr kon"tn euhnt/, n. Geol. a hypothetical protocontinent of the remote geologic past that rifted apart to form the continents of today. Cf. Pangaea. [1955-60; SUPER- + ...
supercontrol
n. * * *
superconvenient
adj. * * *
supercool
/sooh'peuhr koohl"/, v.t. 1. to cool (a liquid) below its freezing point without producing solidification or crystallization; undercool. v.i. 2. to become supercooled. adj. 3. ...
supercop
n. * * *
supercordial
adj.; supercordially, adv.; supercordialness, n. * * *
supercrat
/sooh"peuhr krat'/, n. Informal. a high-ranking bureaucrat, esp. one of cabinet rank. [1970-75; SUPER- + (BUREAU)CRAT] * * *
supercredit
n. * * *
supercretaceous
adj. * * *
supercrime
n. * * *
supercriminal
adj., n.; supercriminally, adv. * * *
supercritic
n. * * *
supercritical
—supercritically, adv. —supercriticalness, n. /sooh'peuhr krit"i keuhl/, adj. 1. extremely critical. 2. Physics. pertaining to a mass of radioactive material in which the ...
supercrowned
adj. * * *
supercultivated
adj. * * *
superculture
n. * * *
supercurious
adj.; supercuriously, adv.; supercuriousness, n. * * *
supercurrent
/sooh"peuhr kerr'euhnt, -kur'-/, n. Physics. an electric current that flows without resistance in a superconducting material. [SUPER- + CURRENT] * * *
supercycle
n. * * *
supercynical
adj.; supercynically, adv.; supercynicalness, n. * * *
superdainty
adj. * * *
superdanger
n. * * *
superdebt
n. * * *
superdecorated
adj. * * *
superdeficit
n. * * *
superdeity
n., pl. superdeities. * * *
superdelegate
/sooh"peuhr del'i git, -gayt'/, n. a party leader or elected public official chosen as an uncommitted delegate to a national political convention. Also, super-delegate [1984] * * ...
superdelicate
adj.; superdelicately, adv.; superdelicateness, n. * * *
superdeluxe
adj. * * *
superdemand
n. * * *
superdemocratic
adj. * * *
superdemonic
adj. * * *
superdense
adj. * * *
superdensity
n. * * *
superdeposit
n. * * *
superdesirous
adj.; superdesirously, adv. * * *
superdevilish
adj.; superdevilishly, adv.; superdevilishness, n. * * *
superdiabolical
adj.; superdiabolically, adv.; superdiabolicalness, n. * * *
superdifficult
adj.; superdifficultly, adv. * * *
superdivine
adj. * * *
superdoctor
n. * * *
superdominant
/sooh'peuhr dom"euh neuhnt/, n. Music. submediant. [1825-35; SUPER- + DOMINANT] * * *
superdose
n. * * *
superdubious
adj.; superdubiously, adv.; superdubiousness, n. * * *
superduper
su·per·du·per (so͞oʹpər-do͞oʹpər) adj. Slang Great; marvelous.   [Reduplication of super.] * * *
superdural
adj. * * *
superearthly
adj. * * *
supereconomy
n., pl. supereconomies. * * *
supereducated
adj. * * *
supereffective
adj.; supereffectively, adv.; supereffectiveness, n. * * *
superefficiency
n., pl. superefficiencies. * * *
superefficient
adj. * * *
supereffluent
adj. * * *
superego
/sooh'peuhr ee"goh, -eg"oh/, n., pl. superegos. Psychoanal. the part of the personality representing the conscience, formed in early life by internalization of the standards of ...
superelaborate
adj.; superelaborately, adv.; superelaborateness, n. * * *
superelastic
adj. * * *
superelated
adj. * * *
superelegancy
n., pl. superelegancies. * * *
superelegant
adj.; superelegantly, adv. * * *
superelementary
adj. * * *
superelevated
/sooh'peuhr el"euh vay'tid/, adj. Civ. Engin. (of a curve in a road, railroad track, etc.) banked. [SUPER- + ELEVATED] * * *
superelevation
/sooh'peuhr el'euh vay"sheuhn/, n. bank1 (def. 6). [1645-55, in sense "elevation to a higher rank"; 1885-90 for current sense; SUPER- + ELEVATION] * * *
supereligible
adj.; supereligibleness, n.; supereligibly, adv. * * *
superelite
n. * * *
supereloquent
adj.; supereloquently, adv. * * *
supereminence
See supereminent. * * *
supereminent
—supereminence, n. —supereminently, adv. /sooh'peuhr em"euh neuhnt/, adj. of superior eminence, rank, or dignity; distinguished, conspicuous, or worthy of note above ...
supereminently
See supereminence. * * *
superemphasis
n., pl. superemphases. * * *
superemphasize
v.t., superemphasized, superemphasizing. * * *
superencipher
—superencipherment, n. /sooh'peuhr en suy"feuhr/, v.t. Cryptography. to encode (a message) that is already a cryptogram. [1960-65; SUPER- + ENCIPHER] * * *
superendorse
v.t., superendorsed, superendorsing. * * *
superendow
v.t. * * *
superenergetic
adj. * * *
superenergized
adj. * * *
superengrave
v.t., superengraved, superengraving. * * *
superepic
adj., n. * * *
superepoch
n. * * *
superequivalent
adj., n. * * *
supererogate
—supererogation, n. —supererogator, n. /sooh'peuhr er"euh gayt'/, v.i., supererogated, supererogating. to do more than duty requires. [1730-40; < LL supererogatus (ptp. of ...
supererogation
supererogation [so͞o΄pərer΄ə gā′shən] n. 〚LL supererogatio < supererogatus: see SUPEREROGATE〛 the act of doing more than is required or expected * * * See ...
supererogatory
—supererogatorily, adv. /sooh'peuhr euh rog"euh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, adj. 1. going beyond the requirements of duty. 2. greater than that required or needed; ...
superestablish
v.t. * * *
superether
n. * * *
superethical
adj.; superethically, adv.; superethicalness, n. * * *
superette
/sooh'peuh ret"/, n. a grocery store with some of the self-service features of a supermarket. [SUPER(MARKET) + -ETTE] * * *
superevangelical
adj.; superevangelically, adv. * * *
superevent
n. * * *
superevident
adj.; superevidently, adv. * * *
superexacting
adj. * * *
superexalt
v.t. * * *
superexceed
v.i. * * *
superexcellency
n., pl. superexcellencies. * * *
superexcellent
adj.; superexcellently, adv. * * *
superexceptional
adj.; superexceptionally, adv. * * *
superexcited
adj. * * *
superexcrescent
adj.; superexcrescently, adv. * * *
superexert
v.t. * * *
superexpand
v. * * *
superexplicit
adj.; superexplicitly, adv. * * *
superexport
n. v.t. * * *
superexpress
n. * * *
superexpressive
adj.; superexpressively, adv.; superexpressiveness, n. * * *
superexquisite
adj.; superexquisitely, adv.; superexquisiteness, n. * * *
superextend
v. * * *
superextol
v.t., superextolled, superextolling. * * *
superextoll
v.t. * * *
superextreme
adj.; superextremely, adv.; superextremeness, n. * * *
superextremity
n., pl. superextremities. * * *
superfamily
/sooh"peuhr fam'euh lee, -fam'lee/, n., pl. superfamilies. Biol. a category of related families within an order or suborder. [1870-75; SUPER- + FAMILY] * * *
superfantastic
adj. * * *
superfarm
n. * * *
superfast
adj. * * *
superfeatherweight
super featherweight n. See junior lightweight. * * *
superfecta
/sooh'peuhr fek"teuh/, n. 1. a type of bet, esp. on horse races, in which the bettor must select the first four finishers in exact order. 2. a race in which such bets are made. ...
superfecundation
/sooh'peuhr fee'keuhn day"sheuhn, -fek'euhn-/, n. the fertilization of two or more ova discharged at the same ovulation by successive acts of sexual intercourse. [1850-55; SUPER- ...
superfee
n. * * *
superfeminine
adj. * * *
superfervent
adj.; superfervently, adv. * * *
superfetate
su·per·fe·tate (so͞o'pər-fēʹtāt') intr.v. su·per·fe·tat·ed, su·per·fe·tat·ing, su·per·fe·tates To conceive when a fetus is already present in the ...
superfetation
—superfetate, adj. /sooh'peuhr fee tay"sheuhn/, n. the fertilization of an ovum in a female mammal already pregnant. [1595-1605; < L superfetat(us) (ptp. of superfetare to ...
superficial
—superficiality /sooh'peuhr fish'ee al"i tee/, superficialness, n. —superficially, adv. /sooh'peuhr fish"euhl/, adj. 1. being at, on, or near the surface: a superficial ...
superficiality
See superficial. * * *
superficially
See superficiality. * * *
superficialness
See superficiality. * * *
superficies
/sooh'peuhr fish"ee eez', -fish"eez/, n., pl. superficies. 1. the surface, outer face, or outside of a thing. 2. the outward appearance, esp. as distinguished from the inner ...
superfinance
n., v., superfinanced, superfinancing. * * *
superfine
/sooh'peuhr fuyn"/, adj. 1. extra fine, as in grain or texture; unusually fine: superfine sugar. 2. extra fine in quality. 3. excessively refined; overnice: superfine ...
superfineness
See superfine. * * *
superfinicky
adj. * * *
superfinite
adj.; superfinitely, adv.; superfiniteness, n. * * *
superfirm
adj. * * *
superfissure
n. * * *
superfit
n., adj., v., superfit or superfitted, superfitting. * * *
superfix
/sooh"peuhr fiks'/, n. a suprasegmental feature having an identifiable meaning or grammatical function, as the stress pattern that distinguishes the noun record from the verb ...
superfleet
n. * * *
superflexion
n. * * *
superfluid
—superfluidity, n. /sooh'peuhr flooh"id/, Physics. n. 1. a fluid that exhibits frictionless flow, very high heat conductivity, and other unusual physical properties, helium ...
superfluidity
superfluidity [so͞o΄pər flo͞o id′ə tē] n. the phenomenon, exhibited by liquid helium at temperatures below 2.18°K, of flowing without friction and having very high ...
superfluity
/sooh'peuhr flooh"i tee/, n., pl. superfluities. 1. the state of being superfluous. 2. a superabundant or excessive amount. 3. something superfluous, as a luxury. [1350-1400; ME ...
superfluous
—superfluously, adv. —superfluousness, n. /soo perr"flooh euhs/, adj. 1. being more than is sufficient or required; excessive. 2. unnecessary or needless. 3. Obs. possessing ...
superfluous man
▪ literature Russian  Lishny Chelovek,         a character type whose frequent recurrence in 19th-century Russian literature is sufficiently striking to make him a ...
superfluously
See superfluous. * * *
superfluousness
See superfluously. * * *
superflux
n. * * *


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