Nevertheless, Lincoln and Stanton forged a superbly effective partnership.
Here is a supremely intelligent and competent man, superbly qualified in so many ways for the highest executive office.
But Masters of Sex has quietly become one of the most entertaining, well written, and superbly acted series on TV.
The whole passage, at once slow and instantaneous, was superbly polite in the haute-Anglo fashion.
Calasso reconstruction is, in Mounts' judgment, a superbly ambitious, quirky, querulous, lyrical, and finally persuasive essay.
He is superbly dressed in a fur coat and an expensive cigar.
superbly self-possessed as he was, he could not conceal his anger.
At any rate, compared with some of the suggestions made for remedying the drink evil, this is superbly sensible.
Eighteen years before, Moscow society had defeated him, superbly.
Some are superbly tinted; they appear to be wrapped in silk and gold.
1540s, "noble, magnificent" (of buildings, monuments, etc.), from Latin superbus "grand, proud, sumptuous," from super "above, over" (see super-). The second element probably is from PIE root *bhe- "to be." General sense of "very fine" developed by 1729.