IPA: jˈubɝmˈɛnʃ


  • Alternative spelling of übermensch [(in Nietzschean philosophy) An overman (“higher” man) who has overcome (transcended) his (mere) humanity. (There is no consensus regarding the exact nature of the figure of the übermensch in Nietzsche’s philosophy.)]

Examples of "ubermensch" in Sentences

  • The cat should instead represent the ubermensch.
  • The second uncle was in ubermensch in hitlerjugend.
  • I think that kind of ubermensch is physically lithe.
  • Poor endo, down to trying to pretend he is the "ubermensch"!
  • It also found that the "ubermensch" has an average IQ of 103.
  • They will do anything and everything to sound like ubermensch.
  • He's an ubermensch composer, a genetically superior german genius.
  • Very much agree, so I've removed the last reference to Ubermensch.
  • Here, it seems two ubermensch from a Luftwaffe squadron have washed up on an American beach.
  • As an example, the Germans created a kind of ubermensch, a phony science of racialism taught and endorsed by scientists.
  • All in all, you get a problem similar to the one Walter Kaufmann dealt with in translating Nietzsche, leaving "ubermensch" untranslated, rather than using "superman" because of the pop culture that had accumulated around the latter term.
  • For these idiotic misanthropic right-wing Judeofascist patsies, perhaps in a conceited benevolent sort of a way which is not at all strange for any 'ubermensch' raised on the mother's milk of the 'chosen peoples' mantra, this pamphleteering in Jerusalem is being rather merciful in permitting a temporary reprieve to their Amelekites.

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