He is always in extremes, perpetually in the superlative
This genius Marheyo possessed in a superlative
degree, as he abundantly evinced by the use to which he put those sorely bruised and battered old shoes.
It does very well till you get across the water, where, as everything is obscure, it is certain to deal in the superlative
He fancied this was because of the sardonic pleasure its superlative
phrases gave him, but the truth was it held him.
For martyrdoms, I reckon them amongst miracles; because they seem to exceed the strength of human nature: and I may do the like, of superlative
and admirable holiness of life.
The person who screams, or uses the superlative
degree, or converses with heat, puts whole drawing-rooms to flight.
This was the superlative
expression of royal satisfaction.
I am not sure that the greatest man of his age, if ever that solitary superlative
existed, could escape these unfavorable reflections of himself in various small mirrors; and even Milton, looking for his portrait in a spoon, must submit to have the facial angle of a bumpkin.
Now, it seems to be a law of nature that we must show our true selves at some time, and as the Scot must do it at home, and squeeze a day into an hour, what follows is that there he is self-revealing in the superlative
degree, the feelings so long dammed up overflow, and thus a Scotch family are probably better acquainted with each other, and more ignorant of the life outside their circle, than any other family in the world.
Black headlines, notes of exclamation, the use of superlative
adjectives, scarcely met the case.
And now, in her, he conceived purity to be the superlative
of goodness and of cleanness, the sum of which constituted eternal life.
Michael's wrath was as superlative
as was his helplessness.