superordinary

superordinary

(ˌsuːpərˈɔːdənərɪ)
adj
that is superior to the ordinary
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Throughout the period of successful trade, the Americans preserved their status as superordinary beings and sometimes behaved in ways calculated to reinforce it (Jacobs 1844; 124-125, 176).
Again, the sophisticated implied reader may find cause for comic superiority in the narrator's belittling revelation, a disclosure that suggests Robin's predilection for the superordinary.
Scholars of life writing and rhetoric, however, will find this a stimulating, decidedly superordinary work of recovery and risk.
1995): "Leisure Travel: an Extraordinary Industry Faces Superordinary Problems", en Theobald, W.