American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Not matched or paralleled by others of its kind; unrivaled.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not to be equaled; unparalleled; unrivaled. Synonyms Unmatched, matchless, unexampled, peerless.
- adj. Unmatched, superlative, the best ever done, record setting.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Not equaled; unmatched; unparalleled; unrivaled; exceeding; surpassing; -- in a good or bad sense.
- adj. radically distinctive and without equal
“Buying the most advanced weapons systems that are "unequaled" according to analysts, making the US a super power unrivaled in its ingenuity.”
“My family and I went through that same kind of unequaled and unforgettable experience.”
“Murui (無類): A very prestigious rank in a hyōbanki, which can be translated as "unequaled".”
“Gregory's unusual credentials and depth of knowledge in home design are unequaled in the home-planning business.”
“Benefits are unequaled at any private enterprise in this area.”
“No, he jetted to Simi Valley, California, so that he could expound upon his unequaled executive experience in the Republican presidential debate.”
“This is a decision that is unprecedented and shows a level of trust and confidence between our two nations that is unequaled in history," Sarkozy said at a closing news conference.”
“Our wealth and power, unequaled by any nation before or since, are not the cause of our greatness.”
“But admitting that even this unequaled writer had people helping him hardly takes anything away.”
“In Germany, the world's fourth-biggest economy, Deutsche Bank plays a unique role, thanks to its unequaled size and its history as the leading representative of German finance in the public-policy realm.”
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