Greatest in power, authority, or rank; paramount or dominant.(adjective)
Greatest in importance, degree, significance, character, or achievement.(adjective)
Ultimate; final: the supreme sacrifice. (adjective)
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Use "supreme" in a sentence
"The phrases "most supreme," and "chiefest," in the first sentence, are incorrect, because _supreme_ and _chief_ are in the superlative degree without having the superlative form superadded, which addition makes them double superlatives."
"_still_ the _Sovereign_, and this renders the President absolute, because he is the representative of the supreme will of the _supreme"
"KCNA uses the euphemism "supreme dignity" to refer to the Kim family."