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superflyweight
super flyweight n. See junior bantamweight. * * *
superfoliaceous
adj. * * *
superfolly
n., pl. superfollies. * * *
superformal
adj.; superformally, adv.; superformalness, n. * * *
superformidable
adj.; superformidableness, n.; superformidably, adv. * * *
Superfortress
/sooh"peuhr fawr'tris/, n. U.S. Mil. a heavy, long-range, four-engined bomber used during World War II. Also called B-29, Superfort /sooh"peuhr fawrt', -fohrt'/. [SUPER- + ...
superfortunate
adj.; superfortunately, adv. * * *
superfructified
adj. * * *
superfulfill
v.t. * * *
superfunctional
adj. * * *
superfund
/sooh"peuhr fund'/, n. (sometimes cap.) a large fund set up to finance an expensive program or project. [1980-85; SUPER- + FUND] * * * U.S. government fund intended to pay for ...
superfuse
—superfusion /sooh'peuhr fyooh"zheuhn/, n. /sooh'peuhr fyoohz"/, v.t., superfused, superfusing. Obs. to pour. [1650-60; < L superfusus, ptp. of superfundere to pour over, ...
superG
super G n. A downhill skiing race that has fewer gates set farther apart than those used in a giant slalom. Also called super giant slalom.   [super giant slalom.] * * *
supergaiety
n. * * *
supergalaxy
—supergalactic /sooh'peuhr geuh lak"tik/, adj. /sooh"peuhr gal'euhk see/, n., pl. supergalaxies. Astron. a system of galaxies. [1925-30; SUPER- + GALAXY] * * *
supergallant
adj.; supergallantly, adv.; supergallantness, n. * * *
supergene
supergene1 /sooh"peuhr jeen'/, adj. Geol. formed by descending waters, as mineral or ore deposits (opposed to hypogene). [1945-50; SUPER- + -gene, as in ...
supergeneric
adj. * * *
supergenerous
adj.; supergenerously, adv. * * *
supergenual
adj. * * *
supergiant
/sooh"peuhr juy'euhnt/, n. 1. Astron. See supergiant star. 2. an extremely large or powerful person, company, thing, etc. adj. 3. extremely large; immense. [1925-30; SUPER- + ...
supergiant slalom
super giant slalom n. See super G. * * *
supergiant star
Astron. an exceptionally luminous star whose diameter is more than 100 times that of the sun, as Betelgeuse or Antares. Also called supergiant. [1925-30] * * * Star of very ...
superglacial
/sooh'peuhr glay"sheuhl/, adj. 1. on the surface of a glacier. 2. believed to have been formerly on the surface of a glacier: superglacial debris. [1885-90; SUPER- + GLACIAL] * * ...
superglorious
adj.; supergloriously, adv.; supergloriousness, n. * * *
superglottal
adj.; superglottally, adv. * * *
superglottic
adj. * * *
Superglue{™}
n [U] a make of very strong liquid glue that sticks things together very quickly. It is sold in small tubes: You can mend it with Superglue but be careful not to get any on your ...
supergoddess
n. * * *
supergovern
v.t. * * *
supergovernment
/sooh"peuhr guv'euhrn meuhnt, -guv'euhr-/, n. 1. a centralized organization formed by a group of governments to enforce justice or maintain peace. 2. an internationally organized ...
supergrade
/sooh"peuhr grayd'/, n. U.S. Govt. 1. a high-level rank, Grade 16, 17, or 18, in the federal civil service. 2. a government employee having such a rank. adj. 3. of, pertaining ...
supergrain
n. * * *
supergrant
n. * * *
supergranulation cell
/sooh'peuhr gran'yeuh lay"sheuhn/, Astron. one of a number of large convection cells in the photosphere and chromosphere of the sun, each having a diameter of 10,000-20,000 mi. ...
supergraphics
—supergraphic, adj. /sooh'peuhr graf"iks/, n. (used with a sing. or pl. v.) large-scale painted or applied decorative art in bold colors and typically in geometric or ...
supergratify
v.t., supergratified, supergratifying. * * *
supergravitate
v.i., supergravitated, supergravitating. * * *
supergravity
/sooh'peuhr grav"i tee/, n. Physics. See under supersymmetry. [1975-80; SUPER- + GRAVITY] * * * ▪ physics       a type of quantum field theory of elementary subatomic ...
supergroup
n. * * *
supergrowth
n., adj. * * *
superguarantee
n., v., superguaranteed, superguaranteeing. * * *
supergun
n. * * *
supergyre
n. * * *
superhandsome
adj. * * *
superharden
/sooh'peuhr hahr"dn/, v.t. Mil. harden (def. 6). [SUPER- + HARDEN] * * *
superhawk
n. * * *
superheartily
adv. * * *
superhearty
adj. * * *
superheat
—superheater, n. n. /sooh"peuhr heet'/; v. /sooh'peuhr heet"/, n. 1. the state of being superheated. 2. the amount of superheating. v.t. 3. to heat to an extreme degree or to a ...
superheated steam
      water vapour at a temperature higher than the boiling point of water at a particular pressure. For example, at normal atmospheric pressure, superheated steam has a ...
superheater
See superheat. * * *
superhelical
See superhelix. * * *
superhelically
See superhelical. * * *
superhelix
—superhelical /sooh'peuhr hel"i keuhl, -hee"li-/, adj. —superhelicity /sooh'peuhr heuh lis"i tee/, n. /sooh"peuhr hee'liks/, n., pl. superhelices /-hel'euh seez'/, ...
superheresy
n., pl. superheresies. * * *
superhero
/sooh"peuhr hear'oh/, n., pl. superheroes. a hero, esp. in children's comic books and television cartoons, possessing extraordinary, often magical powers. [1960-65] * * *
superheroic
adj. * * *
superheroically
adv. * * *
superheroine
n. * * *
superhet
/sooh'peuhr het"/, adj., n. Radio Informal. superheterodyne. [1925-30; by shortening] * * *
superheterodyne
/sooh'peuhr het"euhr euh duyn'/, Radio. adj. 1. denoting, pertaining to, or using a method of processing received radio or video signals in which an incoming modulated wave is ...
superheterodyne reception
▪ electronics       the commonest technique for recovering the information (sound or picture) from carrier waves of a range of frequencies, transmitted by different ...
superhigh frequency
/sooh"peuhr huy'/, Radio. any frequency between 3000 and 30,000 megahertz. Abbr.: SHF [1940-45; SUPER- + HIGH FREQUENCY] * * *
superhighfrequency
su·per·high frequency (so͞oʹpər-hī') n. Abbr. SHF A radio frequency between 3,000 and 30,000 megahertz. * * *
superhighway
/sooh"peuhr huy'way, sooh'peuhr huy"way'/, n. 1. a highway designed for travel at high speeds, having more than one lane for each direction of traffic, a safety strip dividing ...
superhighways
➡ roads and road signs * * *
superhistoric
adj. * * *
superhistorical
adj.; superhistorically, adv. * * *
superhive
/sooh"peuhr huyv'/, n. Entomol. Now Rare. super (def. 3). [1850-55; SUPER- + HIVE] * * *
superhuman
—superhumanity /sooh'peuhr hyooh man"i tee/ or, often, /-yooh-/, superhumanness, n. —superhumanly, adv. /sooh'peuhr hyooh"meuhn/ or, often, /-yooh"-/, adj. 1. above or beyond ...
superhumanity
See superhuman. * * *
superhumanize
v.t., superhumanized, superhumanizing. * * *
superhumanly
See superhumanity. * * *
Superi
/sooh"peuh ruy', -ree'/, n.pl. (in ancient Rome) the gods. * * *
superideal
adj., n.; superideally, adv. * * *
superidealist
n., adj. * * *
superignorant
adj.; superignorantly, adv. * * *
superillustrate
v.t., superillustrated, superillustrating. * * *
superimpend
v.i. * * *
superimpersonal
adj.; superimpersonally, adv. * * *
superimply
v.t., superimplied, superimplying. * * *
superimportant
adj.; superimportantly, adv. * * *
superimposable
See superimpose. * * *
superimpose
—superimposition /sooh'peuhr im'peuh zish"euhn/, n. /sooh'peuhr im pohz"/, v.t., superimposed, superimposing. 1. to impose, place, or set over, above, or on something else. 2. ...
superimposed
/sooh'peuhr im pohzd"/, adj. Geol. (of a stream or drainage system) having a course not adjusted to the structure of the rocks presently undergoing erosion but determined rather ...
superimposition
See superimposable. * * *
superimprobable
adj.; superimprobableness, n.; superimprobably, adv. * * *
superimproved
adj. * * *
superincentive
n., adj. * * *
superinclusive
adj.; superinclusively, adv.; superinclusiveness, n. * * *
superincomprehensible
adj.; superincomprehensibleness, n.; superincomprehensibly, adv. * * *
superincrease
v.t., superincreased, superincreasing. n. * * *
superincumbence
See superincumbent. * * *
superincumbency
See superincumbence. * * *
superincumbent
—superincumbence, superincumbency, n. —superincumbently, adv. /sooh'peuhr in kum"beuhnt/, adj. 1. lying or resting on something else. 2. situated above; overhanging. 3. ...
superindependent
adj.; superindependently, adv. * * *
superindifferent
adj.; superindifferently, adv. * * *
superindignant
adj.; superindignantly, adv. * * *
superindividual
adj., n.; superindividually, adv. * * *
superinduce
—superinduction /sooh'peuhr in duk"sheuhn/, n. /sooh'peuhr in doohs", -dyoohs"/, v.t., superinduced, superinducing. to bring in or induce as an added feature, circumstance, ...
superinduction
See superinduce. * * *
superindulgent
adj.; superindulgently, adv. * * *
superindustrious
adj.; superindustriously, adv.; superindustriousness, n. * * *
superindustry
n., pl. superindustries. * * *
superinfect
su·per·in·fect (so͞o'pər-ĭn-fĕktʹ) tr.v. su·per·in·fect·ed, su·per·in·fect·ing, su·per·in·fects To cause (a cell, for example) to be further infected with a ...
superinfection
/sooh"peuhr in fek'sheuhn/, n. Pathol. marked proliferation of a parasitic microorganism during antimicrobial treatment for another infection. [1920-25; SUPER- + INFECTION] * * *
superinfer
v.t., superinferred, superinferring. * * *
superinfinite
adj.; superinfinitely, adv.; superinfiniteness, n. * * *
superinfirmity
n., pl. superinfirmities. * * *
superinflation
/sooh'peuhr in flay"sheuhn/, n. hyperinflation. [SUPER- + INFLATION] * * *
superinfluence
n., v.t., superinfluenced, superinfluencing. * * *
superinformal
adj.; superinformally, adv. * * *
superinformality
n., pl. superinformalities. * * *
superinfuse
v.t., superinfused, superinfusing. * * *
superingenious
adj.; superingeniously, adv.; superingeniousness, n. * * *
superingenuity
n., pl. superingenuities. * * *
superinnocent
adj.; superinnocently, adv. * * *
superinquisitive
adj.; superinquisitively, adv.; superinquisitiveness, n. * * *
superinscribe
v.t., superinscribed, superinscribing. * * *
superinsist
v.i. * * *
superinsistent
adj.; superinsistently, adv. * * *
superinsulated
adj. * * *
superintellectual
adj., n.; superintellectually, adv. * * *
superintend
/sooh'peuhr in tend", sooh'prin-/, v.t. 1. to oversee and direct (work, processes, etc.). 2. to exercise supervision over (an institution, district, place, etc.). [1605-15; < LL ...
superintendence
See superintend. * * *
superintendency
/sooh'peuhr in ten"deuhn see, sooh'prin-/, n., pl. superintendencies. 1. a district or place under a superintendent. 2. the position or work of a superintendent. 3. Also, ...
superintendent
/sooh'peuhr in ten"deuhnt, sooh'prin-/, n. 1. a person who oversees or directs some work, enterprise, establishment, organization, district, etc.; supervisor. 2. a person who is ...
superintendent engineer.
See port engineer. * * *
superintense
adj.; superintensely, adv.; superintenseness, n. * * *
superintolerable
adj.; superintolerableness, n.; superintolerably, adv. * * *
superior
—superiorly, adv. /seuh pear"ee euhr, soo-/, adj. 1. higher in station, rank, degree, importance, etc.: a superior officer. 2. above the average in excellence, merit, ...
Superior
/seuh pear"ee euhr, soo-/, n. 1. Lake, a lake in the N central United States and S Canada: the northernmost of the Great Lakes; the largest body of fresh water in the world. 350 ...
Superior Bay
▪ bay, United States also called  Allouez Bay,         narrow inlet of western Lake Superior, indenting the coast of Minnesota (northwest) and Wisconsin (southeast), ...
superior conjunction
Astron. the alignment of an inferior planet and the sun in which the planet is at the far side of the sun from the earth. Cf. inferior conjunction. [1825-35] * * *
superior court
1. the court of general jurisdiction found in many states of the United States. 2. any court that has general jurisdiction above other courts. [1680-90, Amer.] * * *
superior courts
➡ legal system * * *
superior general
pl. superiors general. Eccles. the superior of an order or congregation. [1765-75] * * *
superior goods
Econ. commodities that are more in demand as consumer income rises. Cf. inferior goods. * * *
superior ovary
Bot. an ovary positioned above a receptacle of a flower, as in members of the mint family. * * *
superior planet
Astron. any of the six planets whose orbits are outside the orbit of the earth: Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. Cf. inferior planet, outer planet. [1575-85; ...
Superior Upland
▪ region, North America       geographic region in northern Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Michigan, U.S., lying south and west of Lake Superior. A southern extension of the ...
superior vena cava
pl. superior venae cavae. See under vena cava. See illus. under heart. Also called precava. [1905-10] * * *
Superior, Lake
Lake, U.S. and Canada. The largest of the five Great Lakes, Superior is the world's largest freshwater lake. It is 383 mi (616 km) long and 160 mi (258 km) at its widest, with ...
Superior,Lake
Su·pe·ri·or (so͝o-pîrʹē-ər), Lake The largest and westernmost of the Great Lakes, between the north-central United States and southern Ontario, Canada. It was probably ...
superiorconjunction
superior conjunction n. The position of a celestial body when it is on the opposite side of the sun from Earth. * * *
superiorcourt
superior court n. A court of general jurisdiction, above the inferior courts and below the higher courts of appeal. * * *
superiority
/seuh pear'ee awr"i tee, -or"-, soo-/, n. the quality or condition of being superior. [1520-30; < ML superioritat- (s. of superioritas). See SUPERIOR, -ITY] * * *
superiority complex
an exaggerated feeling of one's own superiority. [1920-25] * * *
superioritycomplex
superiority complex n. 1. An exaggerated feeling of being superior to others. 2. A psychological defense mechanism in which feelings of superiority counter or conceal feelings of ...
superiorly
See superiority. * * *
superiorplanet
superior planet n. A planet whose mean distance from the sun is greater than that of Earth's. * * *
superjacent
/sooh'peuhr jay"seuhnt/, adj. lying above or upon something else. [1600-10; < L superjacent- (s. of superjacens), prp. of superjacere to rest upon. See SUPER-, SUBJACENT] * * *
superjet
/sooh"peuhr jet'/, n. a jet aircraft, esp. a large one, capable of supersonic flight. [1960-65; SUPER- + JET1] * * *
superjock
n. * * *
superjudicial
adj.; superjudicially, adv. * * *
superkingdom
superkingdom [so͞o′pər kiŋ΄dəm] n. in some systems of biological classification, either of the two major subdivisions, prokaryote or eukaryote, into which all living ...
superl
superl abbrev. superlative * * *
superl.
superlative. * * *
superlaborious
adj.; superlaboriously, adv.; superlaboriousness, n. * * *
superlaryngeal
adj.; superlaryngeally, adv. * * *
superlative
—superlatively, adv. —superlativeness, n. /seuh perr"leuh tiv, soo-/, adj. 1. of the highest kind, quality, or order; surpassing all else or others; supreme; extreme: ...
superlatively
See superlative. * * *
superlean
adj. * * *
superlenient
adj.; superleniently, adv. * * *
superlie
v., superlied, superlying. * * *
superlight
adj. * * *
superlightweight
super lightweight n. See junior welterweight. * * *
superline
n. * * *
superliner
/sooh"peuhr luy'neuhr/, n. 1. an ocean liner of relatively great size or speed. 2. a railroad car or train providing express service and usually deluxe passenger ...
superlocal
adj.; superlocally, adv. * * *
superlogical
adj.; superlogically, adv. * * *
superloyal
adj.; superloyally, adv. * * *
superlucky
adj. * * *
superluminal
/sooh'peuhr looh"meuh nl/, adj. Astron. appearing to travel faster than the speed of light. [SUPER- + L lumin-, s. of lumen light + -AL1] * * *
superlunary
/sooh'peuhr looh"neuh ree/, adj. 1. situated above or beyond the moon. 2. celestial, rather than earthly. Also, superlunar. [1605-15; SUPER- + (SUB)LUNARY] * * *
superluxurious
adj.; superluxuriously, adv.; superluxuriousness, n. * * *
superluxury
n., adj. * * *
supermacho
n., pl. supermachos. * * *
supermagnificent
adj.; supermagnificently, adv. * * *
supermajority
/sooh"peuhr meuh jawr'i tee, -jor'-/, n., pl., supermajorities. 1. a majority that must represent some percentage more than a simple majority. 2. a majority greater than a ...
supermalate
n. * * *
supermale
n. * * *
superman
/sooh"peuhr man'/, n., pl. supermen. 1. a person of extraordinary or superhuman powers. 2. an ideal superior being conceived by Nietzsche who attains happiness, dominance, and ...
supermanifest
v.t. * * *
Superman{™}
the best-known hero of US comic books. He was created by the writer Jerry Siegel and the artist Joseph Shuster, and first appeared in 1938 in Action Comics. The character began ...
supermarginal
adj.; supermarginally, adv. * * *
supermarine
adj. * * *
supermarket
/sooh"peuhr mahr'kit/, n. 1. a large retail market that sells food and other household goods and that is usually operated on a self-service basis. 2. any business or company ...
supermarketer
—supermarketing, n. /sooh"peuhr mahr'ki teuhr/, n. a person who owns or operates a supermarket. [SUPERMARKET + -ER1] * * *
supermarkets
➡ markets * * *
supermarvelous
adj.; supermarvelously, adv.; supermarvelousness, n. * * *
supermasculine
adj. * * *
supermassive star
/sooh"peuhr mas"iv, sooh'-/ Astron. a star with a mass more than fifty times the mass of the sun. [SUPER- + MASSIVE] * * *
supermathematical
adj.; supermathematically, adv. * * *
supermaxilla
—supermaxillary /sooh'peuhr mak"seuh ler'ee, -mak sil"euh ree/, adj. /sooh'peuhr mak sil"euh/, n., pl. supermaxillae /-mak sil"ee/. the upper jaw. [ < NL; see SUPER-, ...
supermechanical
adj.; supermechanically, adv. * * *
supermedial
adj.; supermedially, adv. * * *
supermediocre
adj. * * *
supermental
adj.; supermentally, adv. * * *
supermicro
/sooh"peuhr muy'kroh/, n., pl. supermicros. Computers. the fastest and most powerful type of microcomputer, with capabilities more commonly associated with minicomputers. Also ...
supermiddleweight
super middleweight n. 1. A weight division in professional boxing having an upper limit of 168 pounds (75.6 kilograms), between middleweight and light heavyweight. 2. A boxer ...
supermilitant
adj. * * *
supermilitary
adj., n. * * *
supermini
/sooh"peuhr min'ee/, n. Computers. the fastest and most powerful type of minicomputer, with capabilities more commonly associated with mainframes. Also called superminicomputer ...
superminiature
adj. * * *
superminiaturize
v.t., superminiaturized, superminiaturizing. * * *
supermixture
n. * * *
supermodel
/sooh"peuhr mod'l/, n. an extremely prominent and successful model who can command very high fees. [1970-75] * * *
supermodern
adj. * * *
supermodest
adj.; supermodestly, adv. * * *
supermoisten
v.t. * * *
supermolten
adj. * * *
supermom
su·per·mom (so͞oʹpər-mŏm') n. Informal A mother who performs the traditional duties of housework and childcare while also holding full-time employment. * * *
supermoral
adj.; supermorally, adv. * * *
supermorose
adj.; supermorosely, adv.; supermoroseness, n. * * *
supermundane
/sooh'peuhr mun dayn"/, adj. above and beyond the nature or character of the worldly or terrestrial. [1670-80; < ML supermundanus. See SUPER-, MUNDANE] * * *
supermunicipal
adj. * * *
supermystery
n., pl. supermysteries. * * *


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