Unsure of what to do, the operator asked a superior what the correct move would be.
“He is a superior debater,” says Paul Begala, the Democratic strategist from Texas.
Among them: debuting his first original play since the 2008 comedy superior Donuts.
It has dragged Pakistan into disastrous confrontations short of war, which ended in abject retreat before India's superior power.
He became Assistant Secretary of the Navy at a time when that was a powerful position and soon outmaneuvered his superior.
And there is a superior bench reserved in heaven for those who hasten it.
He grinned, then looked curiously at his superior's cut cheek.
Does not the soul leap at her admission to confer with superior powers?
A policeman leaped into the shop and saluted when he saw his superior.
It was the most delectable of all the finny genus, superior even to the pompano.
late 14c., "higher in position," from Old French superior, from Latin superiorem (nominative superior) "higher," comparative of superus "situated above, upper," from super "above, over" (see super-). Meaning "higher in rank or dignity" is attested from late 15c.; sense of "of a higher nature or character" is attested from 1530s. Original sense was preserved more strongly in French (cf. les étages supérieur "the upper stories"), and in Lake Superior, a loan-translation of French Lac Supérieur, literally "upper lake" (it has the highest elevation of the five Great Lakes).
superior su·pe·ri·or (su-pēr'ē-ər)
Higher than another in rank, station, or authority.
Situated above or directed upward.
Situated nearer the top of the head.