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Supreme (súpreme or supréme; cf. Grammatical Observations p. 1413) highest: “the life of purity, the s. fair,” Lucr. 780. “s. head,” John III, 1, 155. “s. magistrates,” H6A I, 3, 57. “the s. King of kings,” R3 II, 1, 13. “the s. seat,” III, 7, 118. “two authorities, neither s.” Cor. III, 1, 110. “s. Jove,” V, 3, 71. “my s. crown of grief,” Cymb. I, 6, 4.
Substantively: “imperious s. of all mortal things,” Ven. 996.
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