01. Peter charges more for painting a house than Donald, but he does a much [superior] job, so it's worth the extra cost.
02. The new television technology provides a much [superior] image, but at a substantially higher cost.
03. Freshly picked fruit has a far [superior] taste to that which is bought in the supermarket.
04. Our new cheese dip has [superior] taste, but at almost half the price!
05. The Everett team is much [superior] to the Tacoma team this year.
06. Ralph Waldo Emerson once remarked, "Every man I meet is in some way my [superior], and I can learn from him."
07. People have a tendency to evaluate other cultures in reference to their own presumably [superior] culture.
08. Members of urban industrial cultures often believe their own culture is the [superior] end product of inevitable and progressive evolutionary development.
09. Peter McArthur once said that some people have so much respect for their [superiors] that they have none left for themselves.
10. Serge Gainsbourg once joked that ugliness is in a way [superior] to beauty because it lasts.
11. Ashley Montagu once suggested that the natural [superiority] of women is a biological fact, and a socially-acknowledged reality.
12. There is a Cameroonian proverb which suggests that a man's wealth may be [superior] to him.
13. There is an Indian proverb which states that there is nothing noble in being [superior] to some other person. The true nobility is in being [superior] to your previous self.
14. The culture of Peru traditionally features a firm belief in male [superiority].
15. The Koran states that men have authority over women because God has made the one [superior] to the other, and because they spend their wealth to maintain them.
16. The suggestion that children are [superior] to adults in language learning because their brains are more flexible is a myth.
17. Repeated studies show that individuals who are physically attractive are perceived as [superior] on a variety of dimensions.

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