It is today regarded as a pre-eminent artistic commentary on apartheid.
Gates has repeatedly lauded Petraeus as “the pre-eminent soldier-scholar of his generation.”
That's what Richard A. Epstein, a pre-eminent libertarian law professor, says he thinks of the bill.
pre-eminent naval historian Craig L. Symonds talks about how the Allies devised, executed, and then survived the D-Day invasion.
Some of the pre-eminent innovators at the intersection of art and coding are based at the Aesthetics and Computation Group at MIT.
But it was in forensic eloquence that Cicero was pre-eminent, in which he had but one equal in ancient times.
He has been pre-eminent in the establishment and development of institutions.
This question is one of pre-eminent importance and interesting alike to both races.
She was pre-eminent in courage and military skill, and was the leader of the Hellenes.
That Luini was also pre-eminent as a decorative artist is shown by his works in the Certosa of Pavia.
also preeminent, mid-15c., from Medieval Latin preeminentem, from Latin praeeminentem (nominative praeeminens), present participle of praeeminare "to transcend, excel," literally "to project forward, rise above" (see pre-eminence). Related: Pre-eminently; preeminently.