Common misspellings for superlative:
supportative, spectulative, superalative, supervative, suportave, suppurlitives, supprortive, surportive, suppoprtive, maipulative, supporitive, suporittive, supporative, superlaitve, surpurlatives, supoortive, speculitive, supprtive, suppotive, surperlative, supporttive, suppourtive, superlightweight, suppportive, specualtive, supportavie, supperative, suporrtive, supeortive, superlating, supotive, supportaive, supprotive, suuportive, auperlative, zuperlative, xuperlative, duperlative, euperlative, wuperlative, syperlative, shperlative, sjperlative, siperlative, s8perlative, s7perlative, suoerlative, sulerlative, su-erlative, su0erlative, supwrlative, supsrlative, supdrlative, suprrlative, sup4rlative, sup3rlative, supeelative, supedlative, supeflative, supetlative, supe5lative, supe4lative, superkative, superpative, superoative, superlztive, superlstive, superlwtive, superlqtive, superlarive, superlafive, superlagive, superlayive, superla6ive, superla5ive, superlatuve, superlatjve, superlatkve, superlatove, superlat9ve, superlat8ve, superlatice, superlatibe, superlatige, superlatife, superlativw, superlativs, superlativd, superlativr, superlativ4, superlativ3, asuperlative, sauperlative, zsuperlative, szuperlative, xsuperlative, sxuperlative, dsuperlative, sduperlative, esuperlative, seuperlative, wsuperlative, swuperlative, syuperlative, suyperlative, shuperlative, suhperlative, sjuperlative, sujperlative, siuperlative, suiperlative, s8uperlative, su8perlative, s7uperlative, su7perlative, suoperlative, supoerlative, sulperlative, suplerlative, su-perlative, sup-erlative, su0perlative, sup0erlative, supwerlative, supewrlative, supserlative, supesrlative, supderlative, supedrlative, suprerlative, superrlative, sup4erlative, supe4rlative, sup3erlative, supe3rlative, supeerlative, superelative, superdlative, supefrlative, superflative, supetrlative, supertlative, supe5rlative, super5lative, super4lative, superklative, superlkative, superplative, superlpative, superolative, superloative, superlzative, superlaztive, superlsative, superlastive, superlwative, superlawtive, superlqative, superlaqtive, superlartive, superlatrive, superlaftive, superlatfive, superlagtive, superlatgive, superlaytive, superlatyive, superla6tive, superlat6ive, superla5tive, superlat5ive, superlatuive, superlatiuve, superlatjive, superlatijve, superlatkive, superlatikve, superlatoive, superlatiove, superlat9ive, superlati9ve, superlat8ive, superlati8ve, superlaticve, superlativce, superlatibve, superlativbe, superlatigve, superlativge, superlatifve, superlativfe, superlativwe, superlativew, superlativse, superlatives, superlativde, superlatived, superlativre, superlativer, superlativ4e, superlative4, superlativ3e, superlative3, uperlative, sperlative, suerlative, suprlative, supelative, superative, superltive, superlaive, superlatve, superlatie, superlativ, usperlative, spuerlative, sueprlative, suprelative, supelrative, superaltive, superltaive, superlatvie, superlatiev, ssuperlative, suuperlative, supperlative, superllative, superlaative, superlattive, superlatiive, superlativve, superlativee, 3uperlative, superlative, cuperlative, quperlative, ruperlative, s5perlative, seperlative, sqperlative, swperlative, stperlative, suxerlative, suterlative, surerlative, suqerlative, supurlative, supmrlative, suparlative, supgrlative, supe2lative, supeblative, supezlative, supevlative, supeplative, supeslative, superdative, superhative, supernative, supermative, superlitive, superletive, superlctive, superla4ive, superladive, superlapive, superlavive, superlauive, superlatyve, superlatave, superlatmve, superlathve, superlati6e, superlatire, superlatite, superlatiwe, superlativu, superlativm, superlativa, superlativg, superlatayeve, superlateyeve, supurrlative, s uperlative, supe rlative, super lative, superl ative, superla tive, superlat ive, superlati ve, superlativ e.
Definition of superlative:
- an exaggerated expression ( usually of praise); " the critics lavished superlatives on it"
- The highest degree of excellence; the highest degree of comparison of an adjective or adverb; a word expressing the highest degree.
- The superlative or highest degree of adjectives and adverbs.
- In gram., the highest degree of comparison.
- The superlative degree.
- A word in the superlative degree.
- Lifted up to the highest degree; most eminent; surpassing all other; supreme; as, superlative wisdom or prudence; a woman of superlative beauty; the superlative glory of the divine character.
- Expressing the highest or lowest degree of the quality, manner, etc., denoted by an adjective or an adverb. The superlative degree is formed from the positive by the use of - est, most, or least; as, highest, most pleasant, least bright.
- That which is highest or most eminent; the utmost degree.
- The superlative degree of adjectives and adverbs; also, a form or word by which the superlative degree is expressed; as, strongest, wisest, most stormy, least windy, are all superlatives.
- Superior to all others; highest in degree; as, superlative wisdom; in grammar, expressing the highest degree: said of a form of adjectives and adverbs.
- Carried above others or to the highest degree: superior to all others: most eminent: ( gram.) expressing the highest degree of a quality.
- Most eminent; supreme.
- Highest in degree; most eminent; supreme; expressing the highest degree.
- Surpassing all others; most eminent; in gram., expressing the highest degree in the quality of adjectives or adverbs.
Usage examples for superlative
What was infinitely more valuable to Wagner, and what excited his gratitude to even more superlative utterance, was the confidence which Liszt showed in his genius, and without which, it is no exaggeration to say, Wagner's greatest works would probably have remained unwritten. Correspondence of Wagner and Liszt, Volume 1 by Francis Hueffer (translator)
He tried to recount things as discreetly as possible, frightened by the very words he spoke, the horrors he had to relate in that sphere of superlative luxury and enjoyment, before those happy ones who possessed all the gifts of this world; for- to use a slang expression- he fully realised that he sang out of tune, and in most uncourteous fashion. Paris From the "Three Cities" by Emile Zola