|erinomainen englanniksi||singular fi, sterling fi, mega fi, great fi, dandy fi, outstanding fi, superlative fi, superior fi, excellent fi, exceptional fi, stellar fi, swell fi, tremendous fi, sovereign fi|
: A singular experiment cannot be regarded as scientific proof of the existence of a phenomenon.
: She has a singular personality.
*: These busts of the emperors and empresses are all very scarce, and some of them almost singular in their kind.
*: And God forbid that all a company / Should rue a singular mans folly.
: rfquotek|Francis Bacon
: a man of singular gravity or attainments
: It was very singular; I dont know why he did it.
*: So singular a sadness / Must have a cause as strange as the effect.
*: His zeal / None seconded, as out of season judged, / Or singular and rash.
: to convey several parcels of land, all and singular
*: to try the matter thus together in a singular combat
*: Sterling was the known and approved standard in England, in all probability, from the beginning of King Henry the Seconds reign.
*: But Rodríguez says, “Neither the law nor the facts support Senator Grassley’s baseless allegations and extrapolated conclusions. It is disappointing that the senator and his staff continue to focus a politically motivated campaign on Ms. Abedin, who has been known her entire professional life for hard work, integrity, and her sterling reputation. It is people like Ms. Abedin whom we should all want in public service.”
*: Follow those in the know to the fifth floor of Segas Joy Polis, a mega indoor amusement park thats part of the Odaiba Decks Tokyo Bay entertainment complex near Tanges Fuji Television building.
*: We had a mega time until Peter fell in the fish pond and cut his leg.
: ux|en|A great storm is approaching our shores.
: ux|en|Dinner was great.
*: He doth object I am too great of birth.
*: “[…] We are engaged in a great work, a treatise on our river fortifications, perhaps? But since when did army officers afford the luxury of amanuenses in this simple republic?nb...”
: ux|en|Alexander the Great
: ux|en|a great nature
: ux|en|a great hero, scholar, genius, philosopher, etc.
*: the ewes great with young
: ux|en|to use great caution; to be in great pain
*: We have all / Great cause to give great thanks.
*: Thus the red damask curtains which now shut out the fog-laden, drizzling atmosphere of the Marylebone Road, had cost a mere song, and yet they might have been warranted to last another thirty years. A great bargain also had been the excellent Axminster carpet which covered the floor;nb....
*: those that are so great with him
: Great! Thanks for the wonderful work.
: Oh, great! I just dumped all 500 sheets of the manuscript all over and now I have to put them back in order.
: Newton and Einstein are two of the greats of the history of science.
: Those mechanical colored pencils work great because they dont have to be sharpened.
: Thats all fine and dandy, but how much does it cost?
: What a dandy little laptop you have.
: ux|en|The superlative of "big" is "biggest".
: ux|en|Daniel is amazing, wonderful, fantastic, and many other superlatives I can’t think of right now!
: ux|en|Rebecca had always thought shorts were far superior to pants, as they didnt constantly make her legs itch.
: A genus is superior to a species.
: the superior jaw; the superior part of an image
: a superior figure or letter
*: There is not in earth a spectacle more worthy than a great man superior to his sufferings.
*: A great bargain also had been the excellent Axminster carpet which covered the floor; as, again, the arm-chair in which Bunting now sat forward, staring into the dull, small fire.
*: an excellent hypocrite
*: Their sorrows are most excellent.
*: Lucian, in his tract de Mercede conductis, hath excellent well deciphered such mens proceedings in his picture of Opulentia […].
: What an exceptional flower!
: The quality of the beer was exceptional.
: an exceptional curve; an exceptional divisor
: The actress gave a stellar performance.
*: Monarchs to behold the swelling scene!
: Rains and dissolving snow swell the rivers in spring.
*: It is low ebb with his accuser when such peccadilloes are put to swell the charge.
*: After a harsh police crackdown last week fueled anger and swelled protests, President Dilma Rousseff, a former guerrilla who was imprisoned under the dictatorship and has now become the target of pointed criticism herself, tried to appease dissenters by embracing their cause on Tuesday.
: The organ music swelled.
: to be swelled with pride or haughtiness
*: Here he comes, swelling like a turkey cock.
*: You swell at the tartan, as the bull is said to do at scarlet.
*: Your equal mind yet swells not into state.
: swelling words; a swelling style
: A cask swells in the middle.
*: the swell and subsidence of his periods
*: There was a great, smooth swell upon the sea.
*: Off on the crest of a swell a moving figure was seen now and then. "Antelope," said the hunters.
*: It costs him no more to wear all his ornaments about his distinguished person than to leave them at home. If you can be a swell at a cheap rate, why not?
*: He was dressed in a flashy style, not unlike what is popularly denominated a swell.
*: "I am not in Mr Crosbies confidence. He is in the General Committee Office, I know; and, I believe, has pretty nearly the management of the whole of it." . . .
*: "Ill tell you what he is, Bell; Mr Crosbie is a swell." And Lilian Dale was right; Mr Crosbie was a swell.
*: You buy a lot of Indian or halfbreed loafers with beaver-skins and rum, go to the Mount of the Burning Arrows, and these fellows dance round you and call you one of the lost race, the Mighty Men of the Kimash Hills. And theyll do that while the rum lasts. Meanwhile you get to think yourself a devil of a swell—you and the gods!
*: Orgasms are swell, but they are not the remedy to every injustice.
: Van Beethovens ninth symphony is a tremendous piece of music.
: There was a tremendous outpouring of support.
: sovereign nation
*: The soueraigne weede betwixt two marbles plaine / She pownded small, and did in peeces bruze, / And then atweene her lilly handes twaine, / Into his wound the iuyce thereof did scruze ...
*: a sovereign remedy
*: Such a sovereign influence has this passion upon the regulation of the lives and actions of men.
*: most sovereign name
*: We acknowledge him [God] our sovereign good.
*: No question is to be made but that the bed of the Mississippi belongs to the sovereign, that is, to the nation.
*: No, someone who wears loads of sovereigns as well loads of gold and has uh a curly perm and peroxide blonde hair, orange, orange sunbed skin and a fringe like this blow-dried to death, that’s a ‘[[scally]]’.