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- adv. in an incomparable manner or to an incomparable degree
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Your reminiscence about the uncomparably electric atmosphere of the Tulane LSU rivalry seems to validate my point here.
Invasion of Hitler's Germany would be uncomparably much costlier and blodier than the present intervention (I refuse to call it a war) in Iraq, but it would prevent the WWII that brought even more unimaginable suffering.
The northern Koreans by their mentality are uncomparably closer to Russians, than Europeans I'm not even talking about Americans!
I think he is uncomparably more trustworthy than puppets McCain and Obama, or any other candidate except Kuchinich, Nader and maybe Gravel.
Chlorine is uncomparably fitting for this goal and it will also work to get rid of mildew and spoiling or keep them from thriving at all.
- their offense is a joke and their three games up to this point were uncomparably laughable.