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supernal
—supernally, adv. /soo perr"nl/, adj. 1. being in or belonging to the heaven of divine beings; heavenly, celestial, or divine. 2. lofty; of more than earthly or human ...
supernally
See supernal. * * *
supernatant
/sooh'peuhr nayt"nt/, adj. floating above or on the surface. [1655-65; < L supernatant- (s. of supernatans), prp. of supernatare to swim or float above. See SUPER-, NATANT] * * *
supernation
n. * * *
supernational
—supernationally, adv. /sooh'peuhr nash"euh nl/, adj. tending to involve, or extending authority over, more than one nation; international; supranational. [1910-15; SUPER- + ...
supernationalism
—supernationalist, n., adj. /sooh'peuhr nash"euh nl iz'euhm/, n. 1. an extreme or fanatical loyalty or devotion to a nation. 2. advocacy of the establishment of governments ...
supernatural
—supernaturally, adv. —supernaturalness, n. /sooh'peuhr nach"euhr euhl, -nach"reuhl/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or being above or beyond what is natural; unexplainable by ...
supernatural virtue.
See theological virtue. * * *
supernaturalism
—supernaturalist, n., adj. —supernaturalistic, adj. /sooh'peuhr nach"euhr euh liz'euhm, -nach"reuh liz'euhm/, n. 1. supernatural character or agency. 2. belief in the ...
supernaturalist
See supernaturalism. * * *
supernaturalistic
See supernaturalist. * * *
supernaturality
/sooh'peuhr nach'euh ral"i tee/, n., pl. supernaturalities. 1. the quality or state of being supernatural; supernaturalism. 2. a supernatural thing, act, or occurrence. [1630-40; ...
supernaturalize
/sooh'peuhr nach"euhr euh luyz', -nach"reuh luyz'/, v.t., supernaturalized, supernaturalizing. 1. to make supernatural; give supernatural character or qualities to. 2. to ...
supernaturally
See supernatural. * * *
supernaturalness
See supernaturally. * * *
supernecessity
n., pl. supernecessities. * * *
supernegligent
adj.; supernegligently, adv. * * *
supernetwork
n. * * *
supernormal
—supernormality, n. —supernormally, adv. /sooh'peuhr nawr"meuhl/, adj. 1. in excess of the normal or average: supernormal faculties; supernormal production. 2. lying beyond ...
supernotable
adj.; supernotableness, n.; supernotably, adv. * * *
supernova
/sooh'peuhr noh"veuh/, n., pl. supernovas, supernovae /-vee/. Astron. 1. the explosion of a star, possibly caused by gravitational collapse, during which the star's luminosity ...
Supernova 1987A
▪ astronomy  first supernova observed in 1987 (hence its designation) and the nearest to Earth in more than three centuries. It occurred in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a ...
supernova remnant
Astron. an expanding shell of gas, with accompanying strong radio and x-ray emissions, produced by a supernova. * * *
supernumerary
/sooh'peuhr nooh"meuh rer'ee, -nyooh"-/, adj., n., pl. supernumeraries. adj. 1. being in excess of the usual, proper, or prescribed number; additional; extra. 2. associated with ...
supernumerous
adj.; supernumerously, adv.; supernumerousness, n. * * *
superobedient
adj.; superobediently, adv. * * *
superobese
adj. * * *
superobject
v.i. * * *
superobjectionable
adj.; superobjectionably, adv. * * *
superobstinate
adj.; superobstinately, adv.; superobstinateness, n. * * *
superoccipital
adj. * * *
superocular
adj.; superocularly, adv. * * *
superoffensive
adj., n.; superoffensively, adv.; superoffensiveness, n. * * *
superofficious
adj.; superofficiously, adv.; superofficiousness, n. * * *
superoptimal
adj. * * *
superoptimistic
adj. * * *
superoratorical
adj.; superoratorically, adv. * * *
superorbital
adj. * * *
superordain
v.i. * * *
superorder
/sooh"peuhr awr'deuhr/, n. Biol. a category of related orders within a class or subclass. [1885-90; SUPER- + ORDER] * * *
superordinary
adj. * * *
superordinate
adj., n. /sooh'peuhr awr"dn it/; v. /sooh'peuhr awr"dn ayt'/, adj., n., v., superordinated, superordinating. adj. 1. of higher degree in condition or rank. 2. Logic. (of a ...
superordination
/sooh'peuhr awr'dn ay"sheuhn/, n. 1. Logic. the relation between a universal proposition and a particular proposition of the same quality containing the same terms in the same ...
superorganic
—superorganicism, n. —superorganicist, n. /sooh'peuhr awr gan"ik/, adj. Sociol., Anthropol. of or pertaining to the structure of cultural elements within society conceived as ...
superorgasm
n. * * *
superornament
n. v.t. * * *
superornamental
adj.; superornamentally, adv. * * *
superoutput
n. * * *
superovulate
—superovulation, n. /sooh'peuhr ov"yeuh layt', -oh"vyeuh-/, v., superovulated, superovulating. (of humans, domestic animals, etc.) v.i. 1. to produce more than the normal ...
superovulation
superovulation [so͞o΄pəräv΄yə lā′shən, so͞o΄pərō΄vyəlā′shən] n. the release of a larger-than-normal number of eggs for fertilization, esp. when artificially ...
superoxalate
n. * * *
superoxide
/sooh'peuhr ok"suyd, -sid/, n. Chem. 1. a compound containing the univalent ion O2-. 2. peroxide (def. 1a, b). Also called hyperoxide. [1840-50; SUPER- + OXIDE] * * *
superoxygenate
v.t., superoxygenated, superoxygenating. * * *
superparamount
adj. * * *
superparasite
—superparasitic /sooh'peuhr par'euh sit"ik/, adj. —superparasitism, n. /sooh'peuhr par"euh suyt'/, n. Biol. hyperparasite. [1875-80; SUPER- + PARASITE] * * *
superparasitic
See superparasitism. * * *
superparasitism
su·per·par·a·sit·ism (so͞o'pər-părʹə-sĭ-tĭz'əm, -sī-) n. Infestation of parasites by other parasites.   su'per·par'a·sitʹic (-sĭtʹĭk) adj. * * *
superpark
n. * * *
superpassage
n. * * *
superpatient
adj.; superpatiently, adv. * * *
superpatriot
—superpatriotic /sooh'peuhr pay'tree ot"ik/; esp. Brit., /sooh'peuhr pa'tree ot"ik/, adj. —superpatriotically, adv. —superpatriotism, n. /sooh'peuhr pay"tree euht, ...
superperfect
adj.; superperfectly, adv. * * *
superperson
n. * * *
superpersonal
adj.; superpersonally, adv. * * *
superpetrosal
adj. * * *
superpetrous
adj. * * *
superphosphate
/sooh'peuhr fos"fayt/, n. Chem. 1. Also called acid phosphate. a mixture of calcium acid phosphate and calcium sulfate prepared by treating phosphate rock with sulfuric acid: ...
superphylum
/sooh"peuhr fuy'leuhm/, n., pl. superphyla /-leuh/. Biol. a category of related phyla within a kingdom. [SUPER- + PHYLUM] * * *
superphysical
/sooh'peuhr fiz"i keuhl/, adj. above or beyond what is physical; hyperphysical. [1595-1605; SUPER- + PHYSICAL] * * *
superpiety
n.,pl. superpieties. * * *
superpious
adj.; superpiously, adv.; superpiousness, n. * * *
superplane
n. * * *
superplastic
—superplasticity /sooh'peuhr plas tis"i tee/, n. /sooh'peuhr plas"tik/, adj. (of some metals and alloys) having the capacity to undergo extreme deformation at high ...
superplasticity
superplasticity [so͞o΄pərplas tis′ə tē] n. the phenomenon, exhibited by certain metals and alloys usually at high temperatures, of stretching to extreme lengths without ...
superplausible
adj.; superplausibleness, n.; superplausibly, adv. * * *
superplayer
n. * * *
superpolite
adj.; superpolitely, adv.; superpoliteness, n. * * *
superpolymer
n. * * *
superpopulated
adj. * * *
superport
/sooh"peuhr pawrt', -pohrt'/, n. a deepwater port, often one built offshore, capable of accommodating very large ships, esp. supertankers of 100,000 tons or more. [1965-70; ...
superpose
—superposable, adj. /sooh'peuhr pohz"/, v.t., superposed, superposing. 1. to place above or upon something else, or one upon another. 2. Geom. to place (one figure) in the ...
superposed
superposed [so͞o΄pərpōzd′] adj. 〚pp. of SUPERPOSE〛 Bot. growing or lying directly above another part or organ * * *
superposed order
▪ architecture       in Classical architecture, an order, or style, of column placed above another order in the vertical plane, as in a multilevel arcade, colonnade, or ...
superposition
/sooh'peuhr peuh zish"euhn/, n. Geol. the order in which sedimentary strata are superposed one above another. Cf. law of superposition. [1790-1800; < F superposition; see SUPER-, ...
superposition principle
Physics. See principle of superposition. [1820-30] * * *
superpositionprinciple
superposition principle n. A principle holding that certain waves or functions can add together when overlapped to form a new wave or function and then return to their original ...
superpositive
adj.; superpositively, adv.; superpositiveness, n. * * *
superpower
—superpowered, adj. /sooh"peuhr pow'euhr/, n. 1. an extremely powerful nation, esp. one capable of influencing international events and the acts and policies of less powerful ...
superpowerful
adj. * * *
superpraise
n., v.t., superpraised, superpraising. * * *
superprecarious
adj.; superprecariously, adv.; superprecariousness, n. * * *
superprecise
adj.; superprecisely, adv.; superpreciseness, n. * * *
superpremium
adj., n. * * *
superprepared
adj. * * *
superpressure
n., adj. * * *
superprize
n. * * *
superprobability
n., pl. superprobabilities. * * *
superproduce
v., superproduced, superproducing. n. * * *
superprosperous
adj. * * *
superprudent
adj. * * *
superpure
adj. * * *
superpurity
n. * * *
superqualify
v., superqualified, superqualifying. * * *
superquote
v., superquoted, superquoting, n. * * *
superrace
/sooh"peuhr rays'/, n. a race, class, or people considered superior to others. [SUPER- + RACE2] * * *
superradiant
adj. * * *
superradical
adj.; superradically, adv.; superradicalness, n. * * *
superrational
—superrationality, n. —superrationally, adv. /sooh'peuhr rash"euh nl/, adj. 1. beyond the scope or range of reason; intuitional. 2. extremely rational. [1675-85; SUPER- + ...
superreal
See superrealism. * * *
superrealism
—superrealist, n., adj. /sooh'peuhr ree"euh liz'euhm/, n. (sometimes cap.) 1. photorealism. 2. surrealism. [1930-35; orig. as trans. of F surréalisme SURREALISM] * * *
superrealist
See superreal. * * *
superrealistic
See superreal. * * *
superrefine
v.t., superrefined, superrefining. * * *
superrefined
adj. * * *
superreform
n., v.t. * * *
superregal
adj.; superregally, adv. * * *
superregeneration
—superregenerative /sooh'peuhr ri jen"euh ray'tiv, -euhr euh tiv/, adj. /sooh'peuhr ri jen'euh ray"sheuhn/, n. Electronics. regeneration in which a signal is alternately ...
superrenal
adj. * * *
superrespectable
adj.; superrespectableness, n.; superrespectably, adv. * * *
superresponsibility
n., pl. superresponsibilities. * * *
superresponsible
adj.; superresponsibleness, n.; superresponsibly, adv. * * *
superreward
v.t., n. * * *
superrich
adj., n. * * *
superrighteous
adj.; superrighteously, adv.; superrighteousness, n. * * *
superromantic
adj. * * *
supersacerdotal
adj.; supersacerdotally, adv. * * *
supersacral
adj. * * *
supersacred
adj. * * *
supersacrifice
n., v.t., supersacrificed, supersacrificing. * * *
supersafe
adj.; supersafely, adv.; supersafeness, n. * * *
supersafety
n. * * *
supersagacious
adj.; supersagaciously, adv.; supersagaciousness, n. * * *
supersaint
n. * * *
supersaintly
adj. * * *
supersalesman
—supersalesmanship, n. /sooh'peuhr saylz"meuhn, sooh"peuhr saylz'-/, n., pl. supersalesmen. 1. an extremely skillful and effective salesperson. 2. a person who is extremely ...
supersanction
v.t., n. * * *
supersanguine
adj. * * *
supersanity
n. * * *
supersarcasm
n. * * *
supersarcastic
adj. * * *
supersatisfy
v.t., supersatisfied, supersatisfying. * * *
supersaturate
—supersaturation, n. /sooh'peuhr sach"euh rayt'/, v.t., supersaturated, supersaturating. to increase the concentration of (a solution) beyond saturation; saturate ...
supersaturation
See supersaturate. * * *
supersaur
/sooh"peuhr sawr'/, n. a huge sauropod dinosaur of the genus Supersaurus, of W North America, that reached a length of about 130 ft. (40 m). [1985-90; < NL; see SUPER-, -SAUR] * ...
supersaver
/sooh"peuhr say'veuhr/, n. 1. a specially reduced fare, as for passengers reserving tickets in advance or traveling during off-peak periods. 2. any item on which there is a ...
superscale
n. * * *
superscandal
n. * * *
superscandalous
adj.; superscandalously, adv. * * *
superscholarly
adj. * * *
superschool
n. * * *
superscientific
adj. * * *
superscout
n. * * *
superscreen
n., adj. * * *
superscribe
/sooh"peuhr skruyb', sooh'peuhr skruyb"/, v.t., superscribed, superscribing. 1. to write (words, letters, one's name, address, etc.) above or on something. 2. to inscribe or mark ...
superscript
/sooh"peuhr skript'/, adj. 1. Print. superior (def. 10). n. 2. Print. superior (def. 12). 3. Obs. an address on a letter; superscription. [1580-90; < L superscriptus (ptp. of ...
superscription
/sooh'peuhr skrip"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of superscribing. 2. something that is superscribed. 3. an address on a letter, parcel, or the like. 4. Pharm. the symbol (like R with a ...
superseaman
n., pl. superseamen. * * *
supersecrecy
n., pl. supersecrecies. * * *
supersecret
n. * * *
supersecretive
adj.; supersecretively, adv.; supersecretiveness, n. * * *
supersecular
adj.; supersecularly, adv. * * *
supersecure
adj.; supersecurely, adv.; supersecureness, n. * * *
supersede
—supersedable, adj. —superseder, n. /sooh'peuhr seed"/, v.t., superseded, superseding. 1. to replace in power, authority, effectiveness, acceptance, use, etc., as by another ...
supersedeas
/sooh'peuhr see"dee euhs, -as'/, n., pl. supersedeas. Law. a writ ordering a stoppage or suspension of a judicial proceeding, of the execution of a judgment, or of the ...
superseder
See supersede. * * *
supersedure
/sooh'peuhr see"jeuhr/, n. supersession. [1780-90, Amer.; SUPERSEDE + -URE] * * *
supersell
n. * * *
superseller
n. * * *
superseniority
/sooh'peuhr seen yawr"i tee, -yor"-/, n. seniority that is granted or held without regard to age or service. [SUPER- + SENIORITY] * * *
supersensible
—supersensibly, adv. /sooh'peuhr sen"seuh beuhl/, adj. being above or beyond perception by the senses; beyond the reach of the senses. [1790-1800; SUPER- + SENSIBLE] * * *
supersensibly
See supersensible. * * *
supersensitive
—supersensitiveness, n. —supersensitivity, n. /sooh'peuhr sen"si tiv/, adj. 1. extremely or excessively sensitive; hypersensitive: a supersensitive smoke detector. 2. Elect. ...
supersensitize
—supersensitization, n. —supersensitizer, n. /sooh'peuhr sen"si tuyz'/, v.t., supersensitized, supersensitizing. to render or make supersensitive. Also, esp. Brit., ...
supersensory
/sooh'peuhr sen"seuh ree/, adj. 1. supersensible. 2. independent of the organs of sense. [1880-85; SUPER- + SENSORY] * * *
supersensual
—supersensualism, n. —supersensualist, n. —supersensualistic, adj. —supersensuality, n. —supersensually, adv. /sooh'peuhr sen"shooh euhl/, adj. 1. beyond the range of ...
supersensuous
adj.; supersensuously, adv.; supersensuousness, n. * * *
supersentimental
adj.; supersentimentally, adv. * * *
superseptal
adj. * * *
superseraphic
adj. * * *
superseraphical
adj.; superseraphically, adv. * * *
superseries
n., pl. superseries. * * *
superserious
adj.; superseriously, adv.; superseriousness, n. * * *
superservice
n. * * *
superserviceable
—superserviceableness, n. —superserviceably, adv. /sooh'peuhr serr"vi seuh beuhl/, adj. overly disposed to be of service; officious. [1595-1605; SUPER- + SERVICEABLE] * * *
supersession
/sooh'peuhr sesh"euhn/, n. 1. the act of superseding. 2. the state of being superseded. [1650-60; < ML supersession- (s. of supersessio), equiv. to L supersess(us) (ptp. of ...
supersevere
adj.; superseverely, adv.; supersevereness, n. * * *
supersharp
adj. * * *
supershow
n. * * *
supersignificant
adj.; supersignificantly, adv. * * *
supersilent
adj.; supersilently, adv. * * *
supersimplify
v.t., supersimplified, supersimplifying. * * *
supersingular
adj. * * *
supersize
n., adj. * * *
supersized
adj. * * *
supersleuth
n. * * *
superslick
adj. * * *
supersmart
adj.; supersmartly, adv.; supersmartness, n. * * *
supersoft
adj. * * *
supersoil
n. * * *
supersolar
adj. * * *
supersolemn
adj.; supersolemnly, adv.; supersolemnness, n. * * *
supersolicit
v. * * *
supersonic
—supersonically, adv. /sooh'peuhr son"ik/, adj. 1. greater than the speed of sound waves through air. 2. capable of achieving such speed: a supersonic plane. 3. ...
supersonic flight
      passage through the air at speed greater than the local velocity of sound. The speed of sound (Mach 1) varies with atmospheric pressure and temperature: in air at a ...
supersonic transport
a commercial jet airplane that can fly faster than the speed of sound. Abbr.: SST [1965-70] * * *
supersonically
See supersonic. * * *
supersonics
/sooh'peuhr son"iks/, n. (used with a sing. v.) the branch of science that deals with supersonic phenomena. [1925-30; see SUPERSONIC, -ICS] * * *
supersonictransport
supersonic transport n. Abbr. SST A large transport airplane engineered to operate at supersonic speeds. * * *
supersovereign
adj., n. * * *
superspecial
adj., n. * * *
superspecialize
v.i., superspecialized, superspecializing. * * *
superspecies
n., pl. superspecies. * * *
superspeed
/sooh"peuhr speed'/, adj. constructed or intended to function at a very high speed. [SUPER- + SPEED] * * *


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