Definition of superhuman
superhumanityplay \-hyü-ˈma-nə-tē, -yü-\ noun
superhumanlyplay \-ˈhyü-mən-lē, -ˈyü-\ adverb
superhumannessplay \-mən-nəs\ noun
Examples of superhuman in a Sentence
The character in the film acquires superhuman powers.
It will take a superhuman effort for them to win the championship.
Recent Examples of superhuman from the Web
In honor of Pujols' 600th home run, here are nine times Pujols seemed superhuman:
As a young woman just coming into her superhuman powers, Gadot finds the right balance between doelike naivete and determination.
James had to put in a superhuman performance for the Cavaliers to win last year.
These superhuman performances, albeit in narrow fields, are all possible thanks to the application of decades of AI research -- research that is increasingly, as at Build and I/O, making it out of the lab and into the real world.
Do these women have, besides wealth and fame, superhuman fertility?
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First Known Use of superhuman
SUPERHUMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of superhuman for English Language Learners
: greater than normal human power, size, or ability
SUPERHUMAN Defined for Kids
Definition of superhuman for Students
: going beyond normal human power, size, or ability
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