Synonyms for preeminently

Grammar : Adv
Spell : pree-em-uh-nuhnt
Phonetic Transcription : priˈɛm ə nənt

Définition of preeminently

  • adv conspicuously
Example sentences :
  • This meekness of wisdom Elder Knowles preeminently possessed.
  • Extract from : « Gathering Jewels » by James Knowles and Matilda Darroch Knowles
  • And this is preeminently the case when the motion is downwards.
  • Extract from : « Expositions of Holy Scripture » by Alexander Maclaren
  • He had long been preeminently distinguished as a negotiator.
  • Extract from : « The History of England from the Accession of James II. » by Thomas Babington Macaulay
  • All men appear to agree that marriage is preeminently woman's "sphere."
  • Extract from : « Facts And Fictions Of Life » by Helen H. Gardener
  • As the dramatist is preeminently a painter of manners, many of his portraits are masterly.
  • Extract from : « Iconoclasts » by James Huneker
  • Christianity arose in what was preeminently a miracle-working age.
  • Extract from : « The Christ » by John Eleazer Remsburg
  • Preeminently is this salt of the Dead Sea a savor of life and of death.
  • Extract from : « The Covenant of Salt » by Henry Clay Trumbull
  • Of this epoch, Le Conte says, "It was preeminently an age of reptiles."
  • Extract from : « Gospel Philosophy » by J. H. Ward
  • He was, indeed, as his own men described it, preeminently the "man behind the gun."
  • Extract from : « Walking Shadows » by Alfred Noyes
  • It is preeminently a work of the present time and of the future as well.
  • Extract from : « On Your Mark! » by Ralph Henry Barbour

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