I had always thought of writers as supremely solitary creatures.
Jobs was supremely committed to his chosen uniform: faded, relaxed-fit jeans and a black mock turtleneck.
So those who want the nail-filled paddle used on the backsides of Bush and Cheney are both disappointed and supremely naive.
They often made his rail-thin models look bulky and they struck the eye as supremely impractical in modern times.
She represents the supremely confident and sexy dame that most every young woman in the fashion industry imagines herself to be.
The mans hopes of obtaining good information diminished, but he was supremely interested.
Both rooms were large and furnished in a style that had been supremely luxurious in 1878.
"Never, excepting a number of times," replied St. George, supremely unconscious of any vagueness.
And in as much as he can continue to repeat them to himself, he is supremely content.
Had it not been for her father's condition, she would have been supremely happy on that bright morning.
1520s, from Middle French suprême, from Latin supremus "highest," superlative of superus "situated above," from super "above" (see super-). Supreme Being first attested 1690s; Supreme Court is from 1709.