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- adj. Not able to be compared; not comparable.
- adj. That cannot take the three degrees of comparison; not comparable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. such that comparison is impossible; unsuitable for comparison or lacking features that can be compared
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And plus, Twilight is a world unto itself-it is uncomparable!
McCain is now going to win in November, for many reasons, mainly his uncomparable resume.
But whereas money has dominated society as the representation of universal equivalence — the exchangeability of different goods whose uses remain uncomparable — the spectacle is the modern complement of money: a representation of the commodity world as a whole which serves as a general equivalent for what the entire society can be and can do.
Ah, the uncomparable tree octopus, Octopus arboreus...
I think it was David Trimble who wrote a pamphlet a while ago detailing why the IRA and jihadist causes are so uncomparable.
Your kindness is uncomparable and so unselfish, thank you, thank you for your faithfulness in helping me during my hour of need, much love,
They have a sentimental beauty that is uncomparable to beauty seen by the naked eye.
The Chicago fire and California earthquakes were under completely uncomparable circumstances (again, primarily because NO is so unique) to what Katrina did to the “bowl.”
In my mind, uncomparable to Marilyn Monroe or even Betty Paige standards.
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