Superb

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English

Adjective

Superb (comparative superber, superlative superbest)

  1. first-rate; of the highest quality; exceptionally good

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Thesaurus

Babylonian, Corinthian, admirable, august, awe-inspiring, awful, bad, barbaric, best, boss, breathtaking, brilliant, classic, cool, crashing, dazzling, deluxe, distinguished, divine, elaborate, elegant, elevated, eminent, exalted, excellent, exceptional, exquisite, extraordinary, extravagant, fabulous, famous, fancy, fantastic, fine, first-rate, gilt-edged, glorious, godlike, golden, gorgeous, grand, grandiose, great, heavenly, heroic, high, hot, immense, imposing, impressive, incredible, lauded, lofty, luxurious, magic, magnanimous, magnificent, majestic, marvelous, matchless, mind-blowing, mind-boggling, miraculous, noble, noteworthy, optimal, optimum, opulent, out of sight, outstanding, palatial, peerless, perfect, plush, posh, prime, princely, prominent, proud, renowned, resplendent, ritzy, rousing, sensational, smashing, soaring, solid, splendacious, splendid, splendiferous, splendorous, staggering, stately, sterling, striking, stupendous, sublime, sumptuous, super, supereminent, superexcellent, superfancy, superfine, superior, superlative, swank, swanky, swell, terrific, towering, tremendous, unbelievable, unreal, very best, wonderful

Etymology

From Latin superbus.

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German

Adjective

Superb (not comparable)
  1. superb

Alternative forms

Etymology

From French superbe