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Superior

Pronunciation of Superior
/suːpˈi͡əɹɪə/, /suːpˈi‍əɹɪə/, /s_uː_p_ˈiə_ɹ_ɪ__ə/

Antonyms for superior:

affected, ordinary, bad, humble, employee, subordinate, despicable, poor, meek, lower, worker, secondary, servile, contemptible, minor, inferior, junior.

Synonyms for superior:

Sense 1

self-appointed, singular, vain, egotistical, self-satisfied, co-worker, plum, advanced, lake, stuck-up, snotty, ducky, brash, uppity, opposite number, snobbish, tophole, sanctimonious, topflight, noble, cushdy, snooty, puffed-up, major, far-out, egocentric, holier-than-thou, principal, unexcelled, virtuous, Excelling, overconfident, snobby, cocksure, self-important, self-righteous, prideful, colleague, vainglorious, badass, top-drawer, counterpart, unhoped-for, tubular, conceited, predecessor, smashing, workmate, self-opinionated, big-headed, self-congratulatory.

Sense 2

unquestionable, royal, immodest, important, able, distinguished, haughty, stablemate, overweening, importantly, collaborator, successor, high-and-mighty, egotistic, peerless, higher, brassy.

Sense 3

insolent, loud, over, dandy, overbearing, all-right.

Sense 4

elder, lordly, confederate, great.

Sense 5

terrific, associate, lofty.

Sense 8

relief.

divisional

district.

egotistic

proud.

favored

preferable.

higher-up

higher up.

incomparable

matchless.

self-important

arrogant.

self-satisfied

smug.

stately

dignified.

unequaled

incomparable.

unmatched

unapproachable.

Other synonyms and related words:

superb, upper, matchless, first-rate, higher, over, peerless, great, major, lofty, first class.

admirable (adjective)

great, a-ok, out of sight, excellent, super, exquisite, greatest, wonderful.

arrogant (adjective)

pompous, vain, sniffy, snotty, imperious, presumptuous, smug, peremptory, haughty, egotistic, lordly, snooty, self-important, conceited.

arrogant, haughty (adjective)

lofty, condescending, pretentious, supercilious, stuck-up, uppity, patronizing, overbearing, disdainful, insolent, snobbish, cool, proud, high-and-mighty, cavalier.

better, greater, higher; excellent (adjective)

first-string, surpassing, capital, exceptional, remarkable, above, dandy, senior, choice, distinguished, preferable, first-rate, over, fine, famous, major, paramount, noteworthy, five-star, good, premium, predominant.

bigger (adjective)

major.

champion (adjective)

premier, blue-ribbon, splendid, illustrious, tops, outstanding, prime, topflight.

chief (adjective)

leading, uppermost, star, supreme, foremost, number one, ruling, highest, controlling, champion, grand, stellar, preeminent, arch.

desirable (adjective)

enviable.

distinctive (adjective)

singular.

enviable (adjective)

enviable.

excellent (adjective)

premium, above par, select, splendid, ace, excellent, exquisite, all-star, A 1, superlative, classic, blue-ribbon, fine, exemplary, A plus, prime, choice.

exceptional (adjective)

novel, Wonderous, exotic, marvelous, unusual, exceptional, fabulous, wonderful, extraordinary, fantastic, striking, noteworthy, phenomenal, notable, miraculous, outstanding, remarkable, peculiar, excellent, outlandish, unprecedented, sensational.

good (adjective)

tip-top.

high-grade (adjective)

fab.

important (adjective)

high-level, high.

incomparable (adjective)

incomparable.

matchless (adjective)

matchless.

special (adjective)

fancy.

supercilious (adjective)

snobby.

superior (adjective)

furthermost, eminent, quintessential, consummate, above, sovereign, best, king, leading, Headmost, A 1, commanding, foremost, most, senior, elite, crowning, ruling, chosen, predominant, dominant, uppermost, signal, ascendant, chief, paramount, champion, maximum, choice, zenith, better, controlling, master, furthest, supreme.

tiptop (adjective)

tiptop.

top (adjective)

loftiest, maximum, best, uppermost, greatest, foremost, highest, most, top.

Sense 2 (noun)

over.

Sense 3 (noun)

cushdy, plum, singular.

Sense 4 (noun)

immodest, arrogant, self-opinionated, conceited, self-satisfied, egocentric, proud, vain.

Sense 7 (noun)

unhoped-for, preferable.

master (noun)

lord.

superior (noun)

paragon, capital, dominant, topping, superscript, well-made, superb, fine, premier, choice, pukka, high-ranking, winner, super, top-ranking, senior, principal, star, spiffing, aristocracy, supreme, top-level, ace, prize winner, a-one, sterling, master, higher-ranking, wonderwoman, victor, fantabulous, unaffected, shining, transcendent, top-hole, outstanding, excellent, boss, preeminent, high-performance, president, champion, elder, tops, lake superior, first class, tiptop, good, gilt-edged, high-level, exceller, topnotch, prize, patronizing, premium, high, commander, ranking, quality, commanding, superlative, top-flight, eminent, champ, superwoman, prime, brilliant, greatest, prodigy, surpassing, superman, leader, prima donna, banner, virtuoso, upper-level, first-rate, majestic, blue-ribbon, upper, leading, chief, brag, higher up, select, condescending, pucka, olympian, patronising, nobility, superordinate, arch.

above (preposition)

high.

approved (verb)

nice.

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