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Example Sentences for "superb"

The band played superbly, and received a standing ovation from the crowdShe is a superb golfer; I'm sure she'll win the tournament.

The band played superbly, and received a standing ovation from the crowd.

This wine is superb; the best I've had in a long time.

This stretch of the ocean is a superb site for scuba-diving, with the coral reef nearby, and a rich, variety of tropical fish visible in the crystal clear waters.

Jonathon Power made a superb shot to win the squash game 9-7.

With superb skill, the Colombian player headed the ball over the Argentinean goalie to tie the game.

The new multiplex is superbly equipped with the best in sound technology available today.

The church is a superb example of Gothic architecture.

He made a superb shot; over the sand, and right onto the green within inches of the hole.

The jacket is a superb fit; it looks like it was tailor-made for you.

Ski conditions on the mountain this year are superb; lots of fresh, powdery snow, and beautiful sunshine.

You can have a superb meal from the street vendors there for under $3.

The new recreation complex is huge, and superbly well-equipped for practically every kind of sport imaginable.

The city of Edinburgh offers you superb sightseeing, historic buildings to explore, quiet galleries and museums to visit, and nightlife to suit all tastes.

Windsor Castle is superbly decorated with important works of art from the Royal collection.

Shepherd Mead once observed that if we want to make something really superb on this planet, there is nothing whatever that can stop us.


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