preeminent

All Adjective Noun
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  • He continued to be recognized as preeminent during his years in the field.
  • Championships are only from the preeminent league in each of the four major sports.
  • But the first four or five years of a child's life are of preeminent importance. Cited from The Forerunner, Volume 1, Charlotte P. Gilman
  • I believe the true road to preeminent success in any line is to make yourself master in that line. Cited from Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie, by Andrew Carnegie
  • These make a school of preeminent importance to the later training. Cited from The Family and it's Members, by Anna Garlin Spencer
  • By the mid-20th century, however, they had lost their preeminent position.
  • The school remains the preeminent Catholic center for music study in the United States.
  • He was preeminent in the field of German and American competition law.
  • Sometimes such a chief will not even be a local, but a preeminent leader drawn from a distant area.
  • The following winter he stood forward as the preeminent champion of the Bank against the President. Cited from Daniel Webster, by Henry Cabot Lodge
  • The schools claim to have preeminent sports teams, particularly in football.
  • The central bank plays a preeminent role in the country's banking system.
  • He was highly regarded by the world's most preeminent leaders.
  • It is the one great principle now in universal practice as well as one of preeminent scientific value. Cited from Species and Varieties, by Hugo DeVries
  • Certain races and nations, as we know, are on certain lines preeminent and representative. Cited from Selections from the Prose Works of Matthew Arnold, by Matthew Arnold
  • Even though he was one of the preeminent singers of his day, there is little known about his life.
  • I want to see that spirit still preeminent here. Cited from Have faith in Massachusetts; 2d ed., by Calvin Coolidge
  • Hardly any man is to be pointed out as a preeminent leader of the church at this period. Cited from A History of American Christianity, by Leonard Woolsey Bacon
  • He was preeminent for his sound judgment and perfect self-control. Cited from Our Holidays, by Various
  • Another example is the, which focuses on the two preeminent higher education issues of the last few years.
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