Supreme vs Extremely - What's the difference?

supreme | extremely |

As a proper noun supreme

is the supreme being; the almighty; god.

As an adverb extremely is

(degree) to an extreme degree.




  • Dominant, having power over all others.
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  • Greatest, most excellent, extreme, most superior, highest, or utmost.
  • (botany) Situated at the highest part or point.
  • * (English Citations of "supreme") English adjectives commonly used as postmodifiers


    * (having power over all others) predominant, preponderant, regnant

    Derived terms

    * supremacy * supreme being * Supreme Soviet


  • (cooking) To divide a citrus fruit into its segments, removing the skin, pith, membranes, and seeds.
  • Noun

    (en noun)
  • (cookery) A breast of chicken or duck with the wing bone attached.
  • (cookery) Anything from which all skin, bones, and other parts which are not eaten have been removed, such as a skinless fish fillet.
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    (en adverb)
  • (degree) to an extreme degree