from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having no rival or equal; incomparable.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Beyond compare, far surpassing any other, unparalleled, without rival.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having no rival; without a competitor; peerless.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having no rival; having no competitor. Having no equal; peerless.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. eminent beyond or above comparison
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It is matter of fact to-day, as when General Hamilton, announcing his death to the army, said, "The voice of praise would in vain endeavor to exalt a name unrivaled in the lists of true glory."
But the battle to clean up the sprawling cityscape has become intertwined with a deeper social conflict between Brazil's haves and have-nots, where the angry and disenfranchised lash out in a form of expression unrivaled in other cities.
Quadrangle's private-equity fund paid about $250 million for Alpha Media in August 2007, lauding the company as an "unrivaled" play for reaching 18 - to 34-year-old males.
The release also delivers an "unrivaled" end-user experience, according to Oracle.
BenQ's new 22 - and 24-inch LCD displays are not only 15mm slim, they offer "unrivaled" dynamic contrast rations of 10 million to 1.
Although the company didn't announce any pricing information-that would just be too simple-they are touting a few of the new panels 'specs, including a total depth of just 15mm, HDMI 1.3 connectivity, and an "unrivaled" dynamic contrast ratio of 10 million to 1.
Domingo, who won the prize for his "unrivaled" contributions to the world of opera, accepted the award from King Carl XVI Gustaf at the Royal Swedish Opera.
The name contest applied to Node 3, a cupola to be delivered in February 2010 that will offer astronauts an "unrivaled" panoramic view of Earth and space.
He added that military equipment produced in the Soviet times is "unrivaled" and must be developed further without the necessity for Russia of placing military orders abroad.
The resulting data provide an unrivaled opportunity to trace intergenerational trends, including the connections between religiosity and partisanship.