Superlative vs. Wonderful

By Jaxson

  • Superlative (noun)

    The highest extent or degree of something.


  • Superlative (noun)

    The form of an adjective that expresses which of several items has the highest degree of the quality expressed by the adjective; in English, formed by appending “-est” to the end of the adjective (for some short adjectives only) or putting “most” before it.

    “The superlative of “big” is “biggest”.”

  • Superlative (noun)

    An adjective used to praise something exceptional.

    “Daniel is amazing, wonderful, fantastic, and many other superlatives I can’t think of right now!”

  • Superlative (adjective)

    Exceptionally good; of the highest quality; superb.

  • Superlative (adjective)

    Of or relating to a superlative.

  • Wonderful (adjective)

    Tending to excite wonder; surprising, extraordinary.

  • Wonderful (adjective)

    Surprisingly excellent; very good or admirable, extremely impressive.

    “They served a wonderful six-course meal.”

  • Wonderful (adverb)

    Exceedingly, to a great extent.

  • Wonderful (adjective)

    inspiring delight, pleasure, or admiration; extremely good; marvellous

    “the climate was wonderful all the year round”

    “they all think she’s wonderful”

Oxford Dictionary

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