from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The state of being peerless, or of having no equal.
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- noun The state or condition of being
peerless, of having no equal.
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However imperfectly we may know the person of Jesus, and however fragmentary may be the record of His teaching, one great truth looms out of the darkness -- the peerlessness of His character and the incomparableness of His ideal of life.
Already Awadaguchi, Bizen, Osafune, and others had attained celebrity, but for Okazaki Masamune, of Kamakura, who worked during the reign of Go-Daigo (1318-1339) was reserved the renown of peerlessness.
I testify, moreover, that Thou hast decreed that none on the face of the earth should equal Them, and none of Thy creatures be able to be compared with any of Them, in order that Thine own singleness and peerlessness might be recognized and established.
Ongoing journalistic peerlessness from C4's designated thought-slot.
• Rafael Nadal exorcises 2009 (and exercises his clay-court peerlessness), winning the men's title yet again.