Examples of excellent in a Sentence
Her new movie has received excellent reviews.
He is an excellent role model for young men everywhere.
The car is in excellent condition.
Recent Examples of excellent from the Web
Sound by Murray Spivack and Bernard Freericks is excellent throughout.
Bass have been the best and continue to be excellent in the creek channel swings and turns using 1/8-ounce or 1/4-ounce spoon in 30 feet of water; crappie and walleye slow in brush piles at the bottom in 30 feet of water; stripers slow.
The turnout for the four-hour session was excellent, said John Sales, an MDTA spokesperson, who was among a number of MDTA representatives in attendance.
Hey, @ShlomiHz: Tristan Thompson has been excellent over his last five games, averaging 9.4 points, 6.6 boards, and shooting .759 from the field during that stretch.
There’s minimal body roll and good balance to the Lexus’s chassis, and the ride quality is excellent considering the huge 21-inch wheels our test cars wore.
Wildlife: Bird watching is often excellent from boats.
According to the co-chairwoman of the capital campaign, Sissy Day, local support for the building project is excellent.
In last week's Class 4A Crown Point Sectional championship game, Kirkwood turned in an excellent defensive performance against East Chicago Central's Jenasae Bishop.
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Origin and Etymology of excellent
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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out of this world, too much;
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