first-rate; of the highest quality; exceptionally good (adjective)
Examples of word superb
Suzanne, Doug's wife, a superb, but I really mean _superb _blonde on the classic Hollywood pattern, had stood up and said, "All right, girls."
That is what we call a superb message board, I barely care to read out an entire forum section but this message board was successful in getting my interest and trust me, That?
In doing so, the authors will attempt to determine whether the U.S. government's characterization of Vietnamese cooperation as "superb" is warranted.
To his superb (both in the ordinary sense in which the word superb means "superb" and in the Corrine Brown sense in which the word superb means "superior") arguments I would add only one further point in support of the proper position:
Tomorrow, we are venturing out into the Mekong Delta, where, after two restful nights in superb accommodations, we will be bedding down in decidedly less luxurious digs.