Definition of Supernational

1. Adjective. Spanning nations. ¹



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Definition of Supernational

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Supernational

supermundane
supermusical
supermusicals
supernacular
supernaculum
supernal
supernally
supernannies
supernanny
supernatant
supernatants
supernatation
supernate
supernates
supernation
supernational (current term)
supernationally
supernations
supernatural
supernatural being
supernatural virtue
supernaturalisation
supernaturalise
supernaturalised
supernaturalises
supernaturalising
supernaturalism
supernaturalist
supernaturalistic
supernaturalists

Literary usage of Supernational

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1. The Equality of States in International Law by Edwin De Witt Dickinson (1920)
"supernational CONGRESSES AND CONFERENCES Parallel to the development of the international congress or conference, in which political equality is preserved ..."

2. International Government: Two Reports by Leonard Woolf (1916)
"THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A supernational AUTHORITY 1. There shall be established as soon as possible within the period of one year from the date hereof (a) an ..."

3. International Government by Leonard Woolf (1916)
"THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A supernational AUTHORITY 1. There shall be established as soon as possible within the period of one year from the date hereof (a) an ..."

4. Harmonism and Conscious Evolution by Charles Waldstein, Charles Walston (1922)
"upon differences of occupation, should dominate such supernational councils ... INTERNATIONAL AND supernational RELATIONS We have hitherto been concerned ..."

5. The Good Man and the Good: An Introduction to Ethics by Mary Whiton Calkins (1918)
"supernational loyalty. (Note to page 56.) Consult: HN Brailsford, "A League of Nations," 1917; JA Hobson, "Towards International Government," 1915; ..."

6. The Crimson Fist by O. H. Neland (1913)
"supernational MORALITY It is now many years since my twittering little Mademoiselle began to educate me. To that end she employed—as I have told you—stories ..."

7. The American Philosophy of Government by Alpheus Henry Snow (1921)
"It seems, therefore, that the time has come when supernational law must supplant that which is called "international law." Out of regard for the national ..."

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