insuperably : Definition, Usages, News and More

Search Words

insuperably


  • r  to an insuperable degree
    these various courses all seemed insuperably difficult to the student

  • But there are others, and Walt Disney exploits almost all of them in this insuperably sappy sequel to The Absent Minded Professor.
  • For in this little novel the creative flame that boils the pot rushed up from black abysses of religion seldom plumbed in this author's insuperably civil art.
  • Operation Bandylegs is conceived and carried out by Stanley Farquhar (Lionel Jeffries), an insuperably respectable old bureaucrock with a brain about as subtle as a Mickey Mouse .

Hot News: The Heading Text Size Should Match With the Size Of The Image