Definition of Supermen

1. Proper noun. (plural of Superman) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of Superman) ¹

3. Noun. (plural of superman) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Supermen

1. superman [n] - See also: superman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Supermen

supermaterials
supermatrices
supermatrix
supermatrixes
supermax
supermaxes
supermaxi
supermaxillary
supermaximum
supermeasure
supermeasures
supermedial
supermelodic
supermembrane
supermembranes
supermen (current term)
supermetaphor
supermetaphors
supermice
supermicro
supermicron
supermicros
supermicroscopy
supermilitant
supermilitants
supermind
superminds
supermini
superminicomputer
superminicomputers

Literary usage of Supermen

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1. The Classic of Spiritism by Lucy McDowell Milburn (1922)
"XIII supermen And Jacob was left alone; and there wrestled a man with him until breaking of the day. Gen. xxxii., 24. And the Lord spake unto Moses face to ..."

2. The Classic of Spiritism by Lucy McDowell Milburn (1922)
"XIII supermen And Jacob was left alone; and there wrestled a man with him until breaking of the day. Gen. xxxii., 24. And the Lord spake unto Moses face to ..."

3. Moonbeams from the Larger Lunacy by Stephen Leacock (1915)
"Sidelights on the supermen. An Interview with General Bernhardi. HE came into my room in that modest, Prussian way that he has, clicking his heels together, ..."

4. Inside the Great Conflict: Epic on the World's War, Politics and Love by Stephen S Parfenoff (1920)
"Act IV THE supermen PEOPLE : (Surprisingly) Who are these strange monsters? ... COLUMBIA : Those are the supermen, And they are themselves here, ..."

5. A History of Social Thought by Emory Stephen Bogardus (1922)
"The supermen develop a harsh and rigorous attitude toward themselves and others. They gird and prepare themselves for the crises of life. ..."

6. A History of Social Thought by Emory Stephen Bogardus (1922)
"The superior and the inferior types each possess a distinctive code of morality.4 The supermen develop a harsh and rigorous attitude toward themselves and ..."

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