You will have to forgive him for labeling more than one destination in such a superlative fashion.
Some of what looks like superlative performance may just be the luck of the draw.
NBC has some superlative shows, like Community, Parks and Recreation, Chuck, and Friday Night Lights.
Floyd Landis was a superlative natural talent, even more so than Armstrong ever was.
This episode, set smack in the middle of the superlative third season, remains one of the all-time greatest episodes of Big Love.
There are three degrees of comparison,the positive, the comparative, and the superlative.
The comparative is declined weak, but the superlative is declined strong and weak.
The haunting beauty of Mr. de la Mare's delicate art springs from an ear of superlative tenderness and sophistication.
Shakespeare frequently uses the comparative for the superlative.
The m is the m in the Anglo-Saxon words innema, &c.; whilst the -st is the common sign of the superlative.
late 14c., from Old French superlatif (13c.), from Late Latin superlativus "exaggerated, superlative," from Latin superlatus "exaggerated" (used as past participle of superferre "carry over or beyond"), from super "beyond" (see super-) + lat- "carry," from *tlat-, past participle stem of tollere "to take away" (see extol). The noun is attested from 1520s, originally in the grammatical sense.
The form of an adjective indicating the greatest degree of the quality that the adjective describes. Best is the superlative form of good; fastest is the superlative form of fast; most charming is the superlative form of charming. The usual superlative takes the ending -est. (Compare comparative.)