Su`per*em"i*nence (?), Su`per*em"i*nen*cy (?), n. [L. supereminentia.]

The quality or state of being supereminent; distinguished eminence; as, the supereminence of Cicero as an orator, or Lord Chatham as a statesman.


He was not forever beset with the consciousness of his own supereminence. Prof. Wilson.

© Webster 1913.

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