Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, with characteristic deference to facts, denounced the authors as "ultra, ultra liberal."
They are a very clever design; imagine a white donut painted on a contact lens, and the effect is ultra creepy.
“This is the perfect situation for Morsi,” said Mohammed Ramzi, 19, a Cairo resident who identifies himself as an ultra.
One of them being a global shortage of ultra low-wage workers.
Indeed, looks were ultra light and flowing, like a headscarf turned into a dress.
Mrs. Larue says that the abolitionists are opposed to Mr. Carter because he doesn't hold their ultra opinions.
ultra Vires' radio transmitter and receiver had been dismantled.
The court held such payments were illegal, on the ground that they were ultra vires.
Can't touch him on the ultra, so I'm going onto the macro-bands.
Their acts were vetoed on the ground that they were ultra vires.
prefix meaning "beyond" (ultraviolet) or "extremely" (ultramodern), from Latin ultra- from ultra (adv. and prep.) "beyond, on the further side," from PIE *al- "beyond." In common use from early 19c., it appears to have arisen from French political designations. As its own word, a noun meaning "extremist" of various stripes, it is first recorded 1817, from French ultra, shortening of ultra-royaliste "extreme royalist."
"utmost limit to which one can go," Latin, literally "no more beyond;" the motto traditionally inscribed on the Pillars of Hercules.
Beyond; on the other side of: ultraviolet.
Beyond the range, scope, or limit of: ultrasonic.