Synonyms for Superiority:

n.

conceit, condescension, vanity, pride, snobbery, egotism, narcissism, arrogance. dazzle, infallibility, impressiveness, Awesomeness, magnificence. advantage, predominance (noun)
dominance, perfection, transcendence, ascendancy, preeminence, eminence, prestige, rank, authority, influence, power, supremacy, excellence, preponderance.
authority (noun)
credential, birthright, puissance, potency, purview, entitlement, commission, powerfulness, mightiness, right, kingship, prestige, office, sovereignty, primacy, control, mandate, precedence, steam, license, charge, seniority, rank, command, empowerment, faculty, cogency, stature, influence, prerogative, force, might, title, clout, power, punch, enfranchisement, Prepotency, sway, strength, authority, privilege.
perfection (noun)
transcendence.
superiority (noun)
transcendency, preeminence, Favourable Position, incomparability, transcendence, favorable position, eminence, high quality, excellence, dominance, championship.
supremacy (noun)
domination, mastery, predominance, supremacy, preponderance, ascendancy.

Other synonyms:

condescension, narcissism, egotism, vanity, snobbery. advantage, conceit. dazzle. arrogance, pride. favourable position
Favourable Position.
Other relevant words:
dazzle, conceit, favorable position, snobbery, perfection, transcendency, egotism, condescension, magnificence, infallibility, Favourable Position, preponderance, vanity, narcissism, transcendence, advantage, pride, Awesomeness, arrogance, high quality, impressiveness.

Usage examples for superiority

  1. That party never can wish to see Great Britain pledge herself to give the lead and the ground of advantage and superiority to the France of to- day, in any treaty which is to settle Europe. – The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. V. (of 12) by Edmund Burke
  2. Do not think I put myself above the people, or pretend any intellectual superiority or any nonsense of that sort. – The Spinners by Eden Phillpotts
  3. He had as good as admitted his superiority he had even been humble before him. – Masterman and Son by W. J. Dawson