Superlative vs Superlativeness - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between superlative and superlativeness
is that superlative
is while superlativeness
is the state or condition of being superlative.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
The highest extent or degree of something.
(label) The form of an adjective that expresses which of more than two items has the highest degree of the quality expressed by the adjective; in English, formed by appending "-est" to the end of the adjective (for some short adjectives only) or putting "most" before it.
(label) An adjective used to praise something exceptional.
* (highest degree) acme, peak
Exceptionally good; of the highest quality; superb.
(grammar) Of or relating to a superlative.
Rather formal, reflecting its Latin etymology; more colloquial alternatives include exceptional, fabulous, above and beyond, and others.
* (exceptionally good) above and beyond, exceptional, extraordinary, superb
The state or condition of being superlative.