excellent definition

  • adjective:
    • associated with highest or finest high quality; extremely good of its kind.
    • Archaic Superior.
    • of finest quality; splendid.
    • Exceptionally good of their kind.
    • Excelling; surpassing other individuals in some top quality or even the amount of qualities; of good well worth; eminent, in good sense; exceptional
    • Superior in type or degree, irrespective of moral quality; -- used with words of a negative relevance.
    • very good;of the highest high quality
    • of highest or best quality; remarkably good of their type.
    • Archaic Superior.
    • for the finest quality; splendid.
    • remarkably good of the type.
    • Excelling; surpassing other individuals in some good or the amount of attributes; of great well worth; eminent, in a sense; superior
    • Superior in sort or degree, aside from moral quality; -- combined with terms of a poor significance.
    • very good;of the greatest quality
  • adverb:
    • Excellently.
    • Excellently; eminently; extremely.
    • Excellently.
    • Excellently; eminently; exceedingly.
  • others:
    • Excelling; possessing excellence; eminent or distinguished for exceptional quality of any kind; of surpassing character or high quality; uncommonly laudable or valuable regarding explanation; described as good or sensible characteristics; remarkably great: since, a great magistrate; a great farm, horse, or good fresh fruit; a fantastic workman.
    • Surpassing; transcendent; consummate; total: in an ill feeling.
    • Synonyms Worthy, fine, admirable, choice, prime, important, choose, exquisite.
    • Excellently; exceedingly.
    • Excelling; possessing quality; eminent or distinguished for superior quality of any sort; of surpassing personality or quality; uncommonly laudable or valuable for almost any explanation; described as good or sensible qualities; remarkably good: as, a fantastic magistrate; a great farm, horse, or good fresh fruit; a fantastic workman.
    • Surpassing; transcendent; consummate; complete: in an ill feeling.
    • Synonyms Worthy, good, admirable, option, prime, important, choose, exquisite.
    • Excellently; extremely.

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