The Hazret, so his Holiness is entitled, par excellence, enjoys the reputation of being immensely rich.
He was, par excellence, a man of his time: in many ways even in advance of it.
But somehow things had changed since Mr. Gibson had become "the doctor" par excellence at Hollingford.
It is a mistake to suppose that Buffon was par excellence a maker of hypotheses.
It was The Camp, par excellence, in a region devoted to camps and camping.
But this intermediate moment is par excellence the moment for psychology.
Let us then bow to him, as the inventor, par excellence, of our era.
In letters, in life, Mark Twain is the American par excellence.
Trollope was the painter, perhaps I should say the photographer, par excellence of his time.
Impurity is the sin, par excellence, of all unchristian people.