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In his answer tofro has clarified the grammatical status of forms like "härtestens" (adverbial usage of the elative). One should also have a look at this Wikipedia article. However, it remains open whether the word "härtestens" really exists. One cannot find it in the Duden or in other dictionaries ("official sources") which ...


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Note you're looking for a word that simply doesn't exist ("härtestens"). Some adjectives have forms that describe the absolute superlative of the adjective - without actually being the superlative (not comparing to something specific, but just pointing out the utmost possible extent), but rather an elative form (My take is that English calls this ...


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