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1‘the supreme commander of NATO forces’
highest ranking, highest, leading, chief, head, top, foremost, principal, superior, premier, first, cardinal, prime, sovereign
greatest, dominant, predominant, pre-eminent, overriding, prevailing
2‘the race makes supreme demands on competitors’
extraordinary, remarkable, incredible, extreme, intense, great, phenomenal, rare, surpassing, exceptional, outstanding, incomparable, inimitable, unparalleled, unrivalled, peerless, greatest, utmost, uttermost, maximum
3‘he was prepared to make the supreme sacrifice’
final, last, ultimate
utmost, extreme, total, unconditional, greatest, highest
fatal, lethal, mortal
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