Preeminent in a sentence

Use Preeminent in a sentence


Meaning: [adjective]famous, outstanding more than others;

His talents were highly respectable, and indeed preeminent.

The schools claim to have preeminent sports teams, particularly in football.

Cole was the preeminent leader in the world of black musical theater.

He eventually established himself as the preeminent printer of engravings in Philadelphia.

It became the world’s preeminent shipbuilding center.

He transformed the provincial college into the preeminent American research university.

Now, Facebook reigns supreme as the preeminent social network.

The NBL is Australia’s pre-eminent men’s professional basketball league.

In 1939 the FBI became pre-eminent in the field of domestic intelligence.

Love is preeminent to all the spiritual gifts.

He is considered the preeminent representative of the metaphysical poets.

They spoke in French, the pre-eminent language of St Petersburg.