Definition of Superhumanity

1. Noun. The state or condition of being superhuman. ¹



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Definition of Superhumanity

1. [n -TIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Superhumanity

superhits
superhive
superhives
superhorizon
superhorse
superhorses
superhot
superhub
superhubs
superhuman
superhumanise
superhumanised
superhumanises
superhumanising
superhumanities
superhumanity (current term)
superhumanize
superhumanized
superhumanizes
superhumanizing
superhumanly
superhumanness
superhumans
superhumeral
superhumerals
superhump
superhumping
superhumps
superhydrophobic
superhydrophobicity

Literary usage of Superhumanity

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1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1908)
"... if the moral lever be present, so that there is no need of the production of a new and for us inconceivable thing, a physiological superhumanity. ..."

2. The Bookman (1917)
"Of Germany as superhumanity, as « superior to all others in manners, cus- J toms and arts, of this let Treitschke sing ; Treitschke, as stone deaf to other ..."

3. America's Coming-of-age by Van Wyck Brooks (1915)
"... is itself not a moral entity like heroism or superhumanity: it is a situation, and a situation moreover which is not the inevitable re- ..."

4. America's Coming-of-age by Van Wyck Brooks (1915)
"... is itself not a moral entity like heroism or superhumanity: it is a situation, and a situation moreover which is not the inevitable re- ..."

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