One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
See superlativeas submodifier ‘he was superlatively fit’
- ‘He had been recognized years ago as a superlatively gifted and disciplined craftsman.’
- ‘For this to be profitable to them, and not simply discouraging, they need to know not only that these writers from the past are superlatively good, but also how and why they are.’
- ‘His more classically disciplined response is no less effective, and the Collegium performed this carefully calibrated score superlatively.’
- ‘In the dry season (December to June) Castara Bay is superlatively clear, with a healthy coral reef beginning about 50 yards offshore.’
- ‘The action is covered in a series of long takes with superlatively choreographed movement within the frame.’
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