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What is a superlative adverb?

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An adverb that indicates a comparison of three or more actions. Examples are, she ran fastest of the whole class in P.T. he was laughing loudest at the end of the movie.
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superlatives. mere, merest. homey homiest. unlucky unluckiest. comparative. mere = has no comparative form. homey homier. unlucky unluckier.
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Comparative is like She is TALLER than him. Superlative is like She is the TALLEST in the class.
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