1. of surpassing excellence;
2. surpassingly good;
The audience was fascinated by their superb performance.
This picture is really superb.
What superb skill he's got!
His medical skill is so superb that he can hardly be filled in for in an emergency.
How wonderful ! What superb skill!
I was tempted to stay and hear this superb orchestra rehearse.
The large bay has a superb backdrop of mountains.
People gasped with admiration at the superb skill of the gymnasts.
The cuisine is absolutely superb.
We admired the superb craftsmanship of the furniture.
The actor gave a superb performance.
His medical skill is so superb that he can hardly be filled in for an emergency.
The hotel has a large dining room serving superb local cuisine.
Li Bai was a Tang poet of superb talent.
You have to admire her superb draughtsmanship.
There is a superb panorama of the mountains from the hotel.
a superb health spa which includes sauna, Turkish bath and fitness rooms
The car's in superb condition.
The pieces on view are not grouped around any one theme, but rather represent superb examples from various periods.
Gates is known to be a superb analyst with a sharp eye and an excellent memory.
Superb musical interludes were provided by Sinclair.
It makes a superb filling for cakes and sponges.
"Nirvana" squared the circle by making a record that was both superb pop and rock music at the same time.
Ironically, for a man who hated war, he would have made a superb war cameraman.
They dished up a superb meal.
It's a superb job. You get thrown in at the deep end and it's all down to you.
The superb sets are enhanced by Bobby Crossman's marvellous costumes.
He is, by all accounts, a superb teacher.
He is a very deft novelist too, with a superb ear for dialogue.
splendid, gorgeous, glorious, superb, magnificent