[ US /ˈɛksəɫənt/ ]
[ UK /ˈɛksələnt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. very good; of the highest quality
    a first-class mind
    made an excellent speech
    he was a splendid teacher
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How To Use excellent In A Sentence

  • He was, when he chose to lay aside his mountebankery, an excellent and inspiring conductor. Mr. Punch`s history of modern England, Volume I -- 1841-1857
  • The strength and ruggedness of the chains provide excellent performance in mud, snow and on ice.
  • Fruit should be firm and in excellent condition.
  • By this time, Dad and I had replaced the old dipole with a short Yagi array, horizontally polarized of course, and screwed to one of the crossbeams in the attic, so now we had three channels with excellent reception.
  • Soprano Rosalind Sutherland sings in the New Year with an excellent selection of arias, polkas, marches and waltzes from Strauss.
  • MacFadzean plays Richie Excellent, the young funster who wields unearned celebrity.
  • This film does an excellent job of easing you into its world.
  • The hotel provides excellent facilities for children.
  • To our no small surprise, very soon after this quietus had been given to bibliomaniacal hopes, the books in question appeared before us in excellent condition. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 16, No. 97, November, 1865
  • La Cuisine is positioned at the upper end of the ‘middle’ market and its food is generously served and is excellent.
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