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superiority (n.)

late 15c., from superior (adj.) + -ity, or directly from Medieval Latin superioritatem (nominative superioritas), from superior.

updated on December 29, 2013

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Definitions of superiority from WordNet

superiority (n.)
the quality of being superior;
Synonyms: high quality
superiority (n.)
the quality of being at a competitive advantage;
Synonyms: favorable position / favourable position
superiority (n.)
displaying a sense of being better than others;
he hated the white man's superiority and condescension
superiority (n.)
the state of excelling or surpassing or going beyond usual limits;
Synonyms: transcendence / transcendency
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