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supersphenoid
adj. * * *
supersphenoidal
adj. * * *
superspiritual
adj.; superspiritually, adv. * * *
superspy
n., pl. superspies. * * *
supersquamosal
adj. * * *
superstage
n. * * *
superstamp
n., v.t. * * *
superstandard
n., adj. * * *
superstar
—superstardom, n. /sooh"peuhr stahr'/, n. 1. a person, as a performer or athlete, who enjoys wide recognition, is esteemed for exceptional talent, and is eagerly sought after ...
superstardom
See superstar. * * *
superstate
/sooh"peuhr stayt'/, n. 1. a state or a governing power presiding over states subordinated to it. 2. an extremely powerful centralized government maintaining close control or ...
superstatesman
n., pl. superstatesmen. * * *
superstation
/sooh"peuhr stay'sheuhn/, n. an independent television station whose signal is transmitted by satellite to subscribers on a cable system. [SUPER- + STATION] * * *
superstimulate
v.t., superstimulated, superstimulating. * * *
superstition
/sooh'peuhr stish"euhn/, n. 1. a belief or notion, not based on reason or knowledge, in or of the ominous significance of a particular thing, circumstance, occurrence, ...
superstitious
—superstitiously, adv. —superstitiousness, n. /sooh'peuhr stish"euhs/, adj. 1. of the nature of, characterized by, or proceeding from superstition: superstitious fears. 2. ...
superstitiously
See superstitious. * * *
superstitiousness
See superstitiously. * * *
superstoical
adj.; superstoically, adv. * * *
superstore
/sooh"peuhr stawr', -stohr'/, n. a very large store, esp. one stocking a wide variety of merchandise. [1940-45] * * *
superstraight
adj. * * *
superstrain
n., v.t. * * *
superstratum
/sooh"peuhr stray'teuhm, -strat'euhm/, n., pl. superstrata /-stray'teuh, -strat'euh/, superstratums. 1. an overlying stratum or layer. 2. Historical Ling. a set of features of a ...
superstrenuous
adj.; superstrenuously, adv.; superstrenuousness, n. * * *
superstrict
adj.; superstrictly, adv.; superstrictness, n. * * *
superstring
/sooh"peuhr string'/, n. Physics. an elementary particle treated as a string in any string theory of supersymmetry. [SUPER- + STRING] * * *
superstring theory
/sooh"peuhr string'/ any supersymmetric string theory in which each type of elementary particle is treated as a vibration of a single fundamental string (superstring) at a ...
superstrong
adj. * * *
superstructure
—superstructural, adj. /sooh"peuhr struk'cheuhr/, n. 1. the part of a building or construction entirely above its foundation or basement. 2. any structure built on something ...
superstylish
adj.; superstylishly, adv.; superstylishness, n. * * *
supersublimated
adj. * * *
supersubsist
v.i. * * *
supersubstantial
adj.; supersubstantially, adv. * * *
supersubtilized
adj. * * *
supersubtle
—supersubtlety, n. /sooh'peuhr sut"l/, adj. extremely or excessively subtle; oversubtle. [1590-1600; SUPER- + SUBTLE] * * *
supersufficient
adj.; supersufficiently, adv. * * *
supersulfate
n. * * *
supersulfureted
adj. * * *
supersulfurize
v.t., supersulfurized, supersulfurizing. * * *
supersulphurize
v.t., supersulphurized, supersulphurizing. * * *
supersuspicious
adj.; supersuspiciously, adv.; supersuspiciousness, n. * * *
supersweet
adj.; supersweetly, adv.; supersweetness, n. * * *
supersymmetry
/sooh"peuhr sim"i tree/, n. Physics. a hypothetical symmetry among groups of particles containing fermions and bosons, esp. in theories of gravity (supergravity) that unify ...
supersympathy
n., pl. supersympathies. * * *
supersystem
n. * * *
supertanker
/sooh"peuhr tang'keuhr/, n. a tanker with a deadweight capacity of over 75,000 tons. [SUPER- + TANKER] * * *       large tanker (q.v.) or cargo ship, commonly an ...
supertask
/sooh"peuhr task', -tahsk'/, n. Logic. a paradox resulting from the notion that a task requiring an infinite number of steps could be performed in a finite time by halving the ...
supertax
/sooh"peuhr taks'/, n. 1. Chiefly Brit. a tax in addition to a normal tax, as one upon income above a certain amount. 2. a surtax. [1905-10; SUPER- + TAX] * * *
supertechnology
n., pl. supertechnologies. * * *
supertemporal
adj. * * *
supertempt
v.t. * * *
supertension
n. * * *
superthankful
adj.; superthankfully, adv.; superthankfulness, n. * * *
superthick
adj. * * *
superthin
adj. * * *
superthorough
adj.; superthoroughly, adv.; superthoroughness, n. * * *
supertitle
/sooh"peuhr tuyt'l/, n., v., supertitled, supertitling. n. 1. (esp. in opera production) a translation of a segment of the libretto or other text or sometimes a brief summary of ...
supertitled
See supertitle. * * *
supertonic
/sooh'peuhr ton"ik/, n. Music. the second tone of a diatonic scale, being the next above the tonic. [1800-10; SUPER- + TONIC] * * *
supertotal
n. * * *
supertough
adj. * * *
supertower
n. * * *
supertragedy
n., pl. supertragedies. * * *
supertragic
adj. * * *
supertragically
adv. * * *
supertrain
v. * * *
supertranscendent
adj.; supertranscendently, adv.; supertranscendentness, n. * * *
supertreason
n. * * *
supertrivial
adj. * * *
supertunic
n. * * *
supertutelary
adj. * * *
superugly
adj. * * *
superunification
/sooh'peuhr yooh'neuh fi kay"sheuhn/, n. Physics. a theory intended to describe the electromagnetic force, the strong force, the weak force, and gravity as a single, unified ...
superunit
n. * * *
superunity
n. * * *
superuniversal
adj.; superuniversally, adv.; superuniversalness, n. * * *
superurgency
n. * * *
superurgent
adj.; superurgently, adv. * * *
supervalue
n., v.t., supervalued, supervaluing. * * *
supervast
adj.; supervastly, adv.; supervastness, n. * * *
supervene
—supervenience /sooh'peuhr veen"yeuhns/, supervention /sooh'peuhr ven"sheuhn/, n. —supervenient /sooh'peuhr veen"yeuhnt/, adj. /sooh'peuhr veen"/, v.i., supervened, ...
supervenience
See supervenient. * * * In philosophy, the asymmetrical relation of ontological dependence that holds between two generically different sets of properties (e.g., mental and ...
supervenient
See supervene. * * *
supervention
See supervenient. * * *
supervictorious
adj.; supervictoriously, adv.; supervictoriousness, n. * * *
supervictory
n., pl. supervictories. * * *
Supervielle, Jules
▪ French author born Jan. 16, 1884, Montevideo, Uruguay died May 17, 1960, Paris, France       poet, dramatist, and short-story writer of Basque descent who wrote in ...
supervigilant
adj.; supervigilantly, adv. * * *
supervigorous
adj.; supervigorously, adv.; supervigorousness, n. * * *
supervirulent
adj.; supervirulently, adv. * * *
supervise
/sooh"peuhr vuyz'/, v.t., supervised, supervising. to oversee (a process, work, workers, etc.) during execution or performance; superintend; have the oversight and direction ...
supervision
/sooh'peuhr vizh"euhn/, n. the act or function of supervising; superintendence. [1615-25; < ML supervision- (s. of supervisio) oversight, equiv. to super- SUPER- + vision- ...
supervisions
➡ Oxbridge * * *
supervisor
—supervisorship, n. /sooh"peuhr vuy'zeuhr/, n. 1. a person who supervises workers or the work done by others; superintendent. 2. Educ. an official responsible for assisting ...
supervisory
/sooh'peuhr vuy"zeuh ree/, adj. of, pertaining to, or having supervision. [1840-50; SUPERVISE + -ORY1] * * *
supervisual
adj.; supervisually, adv. * * *
supervital
adj.; supervitally, adv.; supervitalness, n. * * *
supervoluminous
adj.; supervoluminously, adv. * * *
superwager
n. * * *
superwealthy
adj. * * *
superweapon
n. * * *
superwelterweight
super welterweight n. See junior middleweight. * * *
superwide
adj. * * *
superwise
adj. * * *
superwoman
/sooh"peuhr woom'euhn/, n., pl. superwomen. 1. a woman of extraordinary or superhuman powers. 2. a woman who copes successfully with the simultaneous demands of a career, ...
superworldly
adj. * * *
superwrought
adj. * * *
superyacht
n. * * *
superzealous
adj.; superzealously, adv.; superzealousness, n. * * *
Suphan Buri
▪ Thailand also spelled  Suphanburi,         town, west-central Thailand. Suphan Buri is located at the head of navigation of the Nakhon Chai Si River, 55 miles (88 ...
Supilo, Frano
▪ Croatian nationalist born Nov. 30, 1870, Cavtat, Dalmatia, Austria-Hungary [now in Croatia] died Sept. 23, 1917, London, Eng.       Croatian journalist and politician ...
supinate
/sooh"peuh nayt'/, v., supinated, supinating. v.t. 1. to turn to a supine position; rotate (the hand or foot) so that the palm or sole is upward. v.i. 2. to become ...
supination
/sooh'peuh nay"sheuhn/, n. 1. rotation of the hand or forearm so that the palmar surface is facing upward (opposed to pronation). 2. a comparable motion of the foot, consisting ...
supinator
/sooh"peuh nay'teuhr/, n. Anat. a muscle used in supination. [1605-15; < NL; see SUPINATE, -TOR] * * *
supine
—supinely, adv. —supineness, n. adj. /sooh puyn"/; n. /sooh"puyn/, adj. 1. lying on the back, face or front upward. 2. inactive, passive, or inert, esp. from indolence or ...
supinely
See supine. * * *
supineness
See supinely. * * *
supp
supp or suppl abbrev. 1. supplement 2. supplementary * * *
supp.
1. supplement. 2. supplementary. Also, suppl. * * *
Supp. Rev. Stat.
Supplement to the Revised Statutes. * * *
suppawn
/seuh pawn"/, n. Hudson Valley. cornmeal mush. [1785-95, Amer.; < New York D suppaen, sapaen < Munsee Delaware nsá·pa·n; see SAMP] * * *
Suppé
/sooh"pay/; Ger. /zoop"ay/, n. Franz von /frddahnts feuhn/, 1819-95, Austrian composer. * * *
Suppé, Franz von
▪ Austrian composer Suppé also spelled  Suppè , original name  Francesco Ezechiele Ermenegildo Cavaliere Suppé Demelli  born April 18, 1819, Spalato, Dalmatia, Austrian ...
suppedaneum
/sup'i day"nee euhm/, n., pl. suppedanea /-nee euh/. a shelf affixed to a cross for supporting the feet of the crucified. [1860-65; < ML, n. use of neut. of LL suppedaneus under ...
supper
—supperless, adj. /sup"euhr/, n. 1. the evening meal, often the principal meal of the day. 2. any light evening meal, esp. one taken late in the evening: an after-the-theater ...
supper club
a nightclub, esp. a small, luxurious one. [1920-25] * * *
suppertime
/sup"euhr tuym'/, n. the time at which supper is served, usually between the hours of 5 and 7 P.M. [1325-75; ME soper tyme. See SUPPER, TIME] * * *
Suppiluliumas I
▪ Hittite king also spelled  Shuppiluliumash, or Subbiluliuma   flourished 14th century BC        Hittite king (reigned c. 1380–c. 1346 BC), who dominated the ...
supplant
—supplantation /sup'leuhn tay"sheuhn/, n. —supplanter, n. /seuh plant", -plahnt"/, v.t. 1. to take the place of (another), as through force, scheming, strategy, or the ...
supple
—suppleness, n. /sup"euhl/, adj., suppler, supplest, v., suppled, suppling. adj. 1. bending readily without breaking or becoming deformed; pliant; flexible: a supple bough. 2. ...
supplejack
/sup"euhl jak'/, n. 1. a strong, pliant cane or walking stick. 2. any of various climbing shrubs with strong stems suitable for making walking sticks. [1715-25; SUPPLE + JACK1] * ...
supplely
/sup"euh lee, sup"lee/, adv. supply2. * * *
supplement
—supplementer, n. n. /sup"leuh meuhnt/; v. /sup"leuh ment'/, n. 1. something added to complete a thing, supply a deficiency, or reinforce or extend a whole. 2. a part added to ...
supplemental
—supplementally, adv. /sup'leuh men"tl/, adj. 1. supplementary. 2. nonscheduled (def. 2). 3. (of a pleading, an affidavit, etc.) added to furnish what is lacking or ...
supplemental plumage
Ornith. the third plumage assumed by certain birds having three different plumages in their annual cycle of molts. * * *
Supplemental Security Income
income provided by the U.S. government to needy aged, blind, and disabled persons. Abbr.: SSI * * *
supplementarity
See supplement. * * *
supplementary
/sup'leuh men"teuh ree/, adj., n., pl. supplementaries. adj. 1. Also, supplemental. of the nature of or forming a supplement; additional. n. 2. a person or thing that is ...
supplementary angle
Math. either of two angles that added together produce an angle of 180°. Cf. complementary angle. [1830-40] * * *
supplementary story
Journalism. follow-up (def. 3b). * * *
supplementaryangle
supplementary angle n. See supplement. * * *
supplementation
/sup'leuh men tay"sheuhn, -meuhn-/, n. 1. the act or process of supplementing. 2. the state of being supplemented. 3. something that supplements. [1850-55; SUPPLEMENT + -ATION] * ...
suppleness
See supple. * * *
suppletion
/seuh plee"sheuhn/, n. Gram. the use in inflection or derivation of an allomorph that is not related in form to the primary allomorph of a morpheme, as the use of better as the ...
suppletive
/seuh plee"tiv, sup"li tiv/, adj. Gram. 1. serving as an inflected form of a word with a totally different stem, as went, the suppletive past of go. 2. including one or more such ...
suppletory
—suppletorily, adv. /sup"li tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, adj. supplying a deficiency. [1620-30; < LL suppletorius, equiv. to supple(re) (see SUPPLETION) + -torius -TORY1] * * *
suppliance
suppliance1 /seuh pluy"euhns/, n. the act, method, or process of supplying. [1590-1600; SUPPLY1 + -ANCE] suppliance2 /sup"lee euhns/, n. appeal; entreaty; plea; supplication: He ...
suppliancy
/sup"lee euhn see/, n., pl. suppliancies. suppliance2. [1830-40; SUPPLI(ANT) + -ANCY] * * *
suppliant
—suppliantly, adv. —suppliantness, n. /sup"lee euhnt/, n. 1. a person who supplicates; petitioner. adj. 2. supplicating. 3. expressive of supplication, as words, actions, ...
suppliantly
See suppliance. * * *
Suppliants, The
1. a tragedy (c463 B.C.) by Aeschylus. 2. a tragedy (c420 B.C.) by Euripides. * * *
supplicant
/sup"li keuhnt/, adj. 1. supplicating. n. 2. a suppliant. [1590-1600; < L supplicant- (s. of supplicans), prp. of supplicare to SUPPLICATE; see -ANT; doublet of SUPPLIANT] * * *
supplicate
—supplicatingly, adv. —supplicatory /sup"li keuh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, adj. /sup"li kayt'/, v., supplicated, supplicating. v.i. 1. to pray humbly; make humble and earnest ...
supplicatio
▪ Roman religion       in Roman religion, a rite or series of rites celebrated either as a thanksgiving to the gods for a great victory or as an act of humility after a ...
supplication
/sup'li kay"sheuhn/, n. an act or instance of supplicating; humble prayer, entreaty, or petition. [1350-1400; ME < L supplication- (s. of supplicatio). See SUPPLICATE, -ION] * * *
supplicatory
See supplication. * * *
supplier
See supply. * * *
supply
supply1 —supplier, n. /seuh pluy"/, v., supplied, supplying, n., pl. supplies. v.t. 1. to furnish or provide (a person, establishment, place, etc.) with what is lacking or ...
supply and demand
Relationship between the quantity of a commodity that producers have available for sale and the quantity that consumers are willing and able to buy. Demand depends on the price ...
supply curve
▪ economics       in economics, graphic representation of the relationship between product price and quantity of product that a seller is willing and able to supply. ...
supply-side
/seuh pluy"suyd'/, adj. Econ. of or pertaining to a theory that stresses the reduction of taxes, esp. for those of higher income, as a means of encouraging business investment ...
supply-side economics
Theory that focuses on influencing the supply of labour and goods, using tax cuts and benefit cuts as incentives to work and produce goods. It was expounded by the U.S. ...
supply-sider
/seuh pluy"suy'deuhr/, n. a person, esp. an economist, who advocates supply-side economics. [1975-80; SUPPLY-SIDE + -ER1] * * *
supplyside
See supply-side. * * *
support
—supportingly, adv. /seuh pawrt", -pohrt"/, v.t. 1. to bear or hold up (a load, mass, structure, part, etc.); serve as a foundation for. 2. to sustain or withstand (weight, ...
support group
a group of people who meet regularly to support or sustain each other by discussing problems affecting them in common, as alcoholism or bereavement. [1985-90] * * *
support level
Stock Exchange. a minimum price below which a specific stock is not supposed to fall, as because of the stock's inherent worth. Also called support, support area, support zone. ...
support mission
assistance given by one military unit to another to assist in the accomplishment of the supported unit's mission. * * *
support price
the price at which the government will purchase commodities, esp. farm produce, in order to maintain a certain price level. [1940-45] * * *
support system
people who provide support: a family support system to help a troubled youth. * * *
supportability
See supportable. * * *
supportable
—supportability, n. /seuh pawr"teuh beuhl, -pohr"-/, adj. capable of being supported; endurable; maintainable. [1525-35; SUPPORT + -ABLE] * * *
supportably
See supportability. * * *
supporter
/seuh pawr"teuhr, -pohr"-/, n. 1. a person or thing that supports. 2. an adherent, follower, backer, or advocate. 3. a device, usually of elastic cotton webbing, for supporting ...
supporters
➡ heraldry * * *
supportgroup
support group n. A group of people, sometimes led by a therapist, who provide each other moral support, information, and advice on problems relating to some shared characteristic ...
supporthose
support hose pl.n. Elasticized stockings designed to reduce stress on the blood vessels in the legs, as for people with varicose veins. Also called support stockings. * * *
supporting
supporting [sə pôrt′iŋ] adj. Theater Film designating or of an actor or role that is subordinate to or of lesser importance than that of a lead or principal * * *
supportive
—supportiveness, n. /seuh pawr"tiv, -pohr"-/, adj. 1. giving support. 2. providing sympathy or encouragement: His family was supportive of his attempts to be a writer. 3. ...
supportive psychotherapy
a type of psychotherapy that seeks to reduce psychological conflict and strengthen a patient's defenses through the use of various techniques, as reassurance, suggestion, ...
supportively
See supportive. * * *
supportiveness
See supportively. * * *
supportlevel
support level n. A price at which a security or the market becomes attractive to investors. * * *
supportstockings
support stockings pl.n. See support hose. * * *
supportsystem
support system n. A network of personal or professional contacts available to a person or organization for practical or moral support when needed. * * *
supposable
sup·pos·a·ble (sə-pōʹzə-bəl) adj. That can be supposed or conjectured: a supposable outcome.   sup·posʹa·bly adv. * * *
supposably
See supposable. * * *
supposal
/seuh poh"zeuhl/, n. 1. the act of supposing. 2. something that is supposed; conjecture or notion. [1350-1400; ME < MF supposaille. See SUPPOSE, -AL2] * * *
suppose
—supposable, adj. —supposably, adv. —supposer, n. /seuh pohz"/, v., supposed, supposing. v.t. 1. to assume (something), as for the sake of argument or as part of a ...
supposed
—supposedly /seuh poh"zid lee/, adv. /seuh pohzd", -poh"zid/, adj. 1. assumed as true, regardless of fact; hypothetical: a supposed case. 2. accepted or believed as true, ...
supposedly
supposedly [sə pō′zid lē] adv. according to what is, was, or may be supposed * * * See supposed. * * *
supposing
/seuh poh"zing/, conj. upon the supposition or premise that; in the event that. [1835-45; see SUPPOSE, -ING2] * * *
supposition
—suppositional, adj. —suppositionally, adv. /sup'euh zish"euhn/, n. 1. the act of supposing. 2. something that is supposed; assumption; hypothesis. [1400-50; late ME < L ...
suppositional
See supposition. * * *
suppositionally
See suppositional. * * *
suppositious
/sup'euh zish"euhs/, adj. 1. formed from or growing out of supposition: suppositious evidence. 2. supposititious. [1615-25; shortened form of SUPPOSITITIOUS] * * *
supposititious
—supposititiously, adv. —supposititiousness, n. /seuh poz'i tish"euhs/, adj. 1. fraudulently substituted or pretended; spurious; not genuine. 2. hypothetical. [1605-15; < L ...
supposititiously
See supposititious. * * *
supposititiousness
See supposititiously. * * *
suppositive
—suppositively, adv. /seuh poz"i tiv/, adj. 1. of the nature of or involving supposition; suppositional. 2. supposititious or false. 3. Gram. expressing or noting supposition, ...
suppositively
See suppositive. * * *
suppository
/seuh poz"i tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, n., pl. suppositories. a solid, conical mass of medicinal substance that melts upon insertion into the rectum or vagina. [1350-1400; ME < ML ...
suppress
—suppressedly /seuh prest"lee, -pres"id-/, adv. —suppressible, adj. —suppressive, adj. —suppressively, adv. —suppressor, suppresser, n. /seuh pres"/, v.t. 1. to put an ...
suppressant
/seuh pres"euhnt/, n. a substance that suppresses an undesirable action or condition: an appetite suppressant. [1940-45; SUPRESS + -ANT] * * *
suppresser
sup·press·er (sə-prĕsʹər) n. Variant of suppressor. * * *
suppressible
See suppressant. * * *
suppression
/seuh presh"euhn/, n. 1. the act of suppressing. 2. the state of being suppressed. 3. Psychoanal. conscious inhibition of an impulse. 4. Bot. the absence of parts normally or ...
suppressive
sup·pres·sive (sə-prĕsʹĭv) adj. Tending or serving to suppress. * * *
suppressor
sup·pres·sor (sə-prĕsʹər) n. 1. or sup·press·er One that suppresses: a suppressor of free speech. 2. A gene that suppresses the phenotypic expression of another gene, ...
suppressor T cell
Immunol. a T cell capable of inhibiting the activity of B cells and other T cells. Also called T suppressor cell. * * *
suppressorT cell
suppressor T cell n. A T cell that reduces or suppresses the immune response of B cells or of other T cells to an antigen. * * *
suppurate
/sup"yeuh rayt'/, v.i., suppurated, suppurating. to produce or discharge pus, as a wound; maturate. [1555-65; < L suppuratus (ptp. of suppurare), equiv. to sup- SUP- + pur- (s. ...
suppuration
/sup'yeuh ray"sheuhn/, n. 1. the process of suppurating. 2. the matter produced by suppuration; pus. [1535-45; < L suppuration- (s. of suppuratio) a forming of pus. See ...
suppurative
/sup"yeuh ray'tiv/, adj. 1. suppurating; characterized by suppuration. 2. promoting suppuration. n. 3. a medicine or application that promotes suppuration. [1535-45; < ML ...
supr.
1. superior. 2. supreme. * * *
supra
/sooh"preuh/, adv. above, esp. when used in referring to parts of a text. Cf. infra. [1400-50; late ME < L supra (prep.) on top of, above, exceeding, (adv.) on top, higher up; ...
supra-
a prefix meaning "above, over" (supraorbital) or "beyond the limits of, outside of" (supramolecular; suprasegmental). Cf. super-. [see SUPRA] * * *
supracellular
su·pra·cel·lu·lar (so͞o'prə-sĕlʹyə-lər) adj. Above the level of a cell or cells: supracellular biology. * * *
supragenic
su·pra·gen·ic (so͞o'prə-jĕnʹĭk) adj. Above the level of the gene or genes: supragenic functions of a chromosome. * * *
supraglottal
su·pra·glot·tal (so͞o'prə-glŏtʹl) adj. 1. Above or anterior to the glottis. 2. Relating to or articulated by the speech organs anterior to the glottis. * * *
supralapsarian
supralapsarian [so͞o΄prə lap ser′ē ən] n. 〚
supralapsarianism
—supralapsarian, n., adj. /sooh'preuh lap sair"ee euh niz'euhm/, n. Theol. the doctrine that the decree of election preceded human creation and the Fall (opposed to ...
supraliminal
—supraliminally, adv. /sooh'preuh lim"euh nl/, adj. Psychol. being above the threshold of perception of a stimulus. [1890-95; SUPRA- + LIMINAL] * * *
supralittoral
/sooh'preuh lit"euhr euhl/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to the biogeographic region of a shore of a lake, sea, or ocean permanently above water but made damp by spray from waves or ...
supramaxilla
su·pra·max·il·la (so͞o'prə-măk-sĭlʹə) n. pl. su·pra·max·il·lae (-măk-sĭlʹē) The upper jaw or jawbone.   su'pra·maxʹil·lar'y (-măkʹsə-lĕr'ē) adj. & ...
supramaxillary
See supramaxilla. * * *
supramolecular
/sooh'preuh meuh lek"yeuh leuhr/, adj. 1. having an organization more complex than that of a molecule. 2. composed of an aggregate of molecules. [1905-10; SUPRA- + MOLECULAR] * * ...
supranational
—supranationalism, n. —supranationality, n. /sooh'preuh nash"euh nl/, adj. outside or beyond the authority of one national government, as a project or policy that is planned ...
supranatural
—supranaturalism, n. —supranaturalist, n. —supranaturalistic, adj. /sooh'preuh nach"euhr euhl, -nach"reuhl/, adj. beyond what is natural; supernatural. [1855-60; SUPRA- + ...
supraorbital
/sooh'preuh awr"bi tl/, adj. situated above the eye socket. [1820-30; < NL supraorbitalis equiv. to L supra- SUPRA- + orbit(a) ORBIT + -alis -AL1] * * *
supraorbital ridge
Anat. browridge. [1835-45] * * *
supraprotest
/sooh'preuh proh"test/, n. Law. an acceptance or a payment of a bill by a third person after protest for nonacceptance or nonpayment by the drawee. [1855-60; part Latinization, ...
suprarational
/sooh'preuh rash"euh nl/, adj. not understandable by reason alone; beyond rational comprehension. [1815-25; SUPRA- + RATIONAL] * * *
suprarenal
/sooh'preuh reen"l/, Anat. adj. 1. situated above or on the kidney. n. 2. a suprarenal part, esp. the adrenal gland. [1820-30; < NL suprarenalis. See SUPRA-, RENAL] * * *
suprarenal gland.
See adrenal gland. [1875-80] * * *
suprarenalgland
suprarenal gland n. See adrenal gland. * * *
suprascapular
su·pra·scap·u·lar (so͞o'prə-skăpʹyə-lər) adj. Located above the scapula, as an artery or a nerve. * * *
suprasegmental
/sooh'preuh seg men"tl/, adj. 1. above, beyond, or in addition to a segment. 2. Ling. pertaining to or noting features of speech, as stress, pitch, and length, that accompany ...
suprasegmental phonemes
suprasegmental phonemes [so͞o΄prəseg ment′'l] n. phonemes or features of speech, as pitch, stress, and juncture, that may extend over and modify series of SEGMENTAL ...
supratemporal
/sooh'preuh tem"peuhr euhl/, adj. Anat. situated above the upper part of the temporal bone or region. [1840-50; SUPRA- + TEMPORAL2] * * *
supravital
/sooh'preuh vuyt"l/, adj. Histol. pertaining to or involving a staining method for a preparation of living cells. [1915-20; SUPRA- + VITAL] * * *
supremacist
/seuh prem"euh sist, soo-/, n. a person who believes in or advocates the supremacy of a particular group, esp. a racial group: a white supremacist. [1945-50; SUPREMAC(Y) + ...
supremacy
/seuh prem"euh see, soo-/, n. 1. the state of being supreme. 2. supreme authority or power. [1540-50; SUPREME1 + -ACY] * * *


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