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  • adj. unsurpassed

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  • adj. not capable of being improved on

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Examples

  • The country was beautiful beyond description: rich in its mines, and its soil of unexceeded fertility.

    The Continental Monthly, Vol III, Issue VI, June, 1863 Devoted to Literature and National Policy

  • And as settlers, unable to choose in the far inland new and virgin soil of unexceeded fertility, will fall back upon that which is next best, and will advance their tillage up the mountain side, so we, unable to discover new coal-fields as shallow as before, must deepen our mines with pain and cost.

    The Coal Question~ Of the Natural law of Social Growth

  • The Swiss mercenaries in the French and Spanish services, opposed to each other, behaved with the greatest bravery, and did their duty with unexceeded fidelity; but being posted so near, and coming so often in contact with each other, they would cry truce for a quarter of an hour, while they made inquiries after their mutual friends; often recognising each other as fathers and sons, brothers and near relatives, fighting on opposite sides.

    Frank Mildmay The Naval Officer

  • The Swiss mercenaries in the French and Spanish services, opposed to each other, behaved with the greatest bravery, and did their duty with unexceeded fidelity; but being posted so near, and coming so often in contact with each other, they would cry truce for a quarter of an hour, while they made inquiries after their mutual friends; often recognizing each other as fathers and sons, brothers and near relatives, fighting on opposite sides.

    Frank Mildmay Or, The Naval Officer

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