Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an unsurpassable manner or degree; so as not to be surpassed.

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Examples

  • You'll all know by now that Friday is a red-letter day which bears the unsurpassably perfect palindromic date of 11.11.11 – and for the jackpot bonus buzz, just check your clock or watch at precisely 11 minutes past 11.

    Armistice Day recalls Arthur Collins' imperishable cricketing feat | Frank Keating

  • In most cases, we preferred the unsurpassably beautiful King James Version, though occasionally we opted for the clarity of the New International Version, a collaborative effort compiled by dozens of biblical scholars and published in 1978.

    The Chosen Peoples

  • In the United States, there is a widespread and longstanding fear that government will do an unsurpassably poor job of it, but no other institution can provide and enforce such regulations.

    Alan Krinsky: What Do We Do When Freedom Undermines Freedom?

  • In most cases, we preferred the unsurpassably beautiful King James Version, though occasionally we opted for the clarity of the New International Version, a collaborative effort compiled by dozens of biblical scholars and published in 1978.

    The Chosen Peoples

  • In most cases, we preferred the unsurpassably beautiful King James Version, though occasionally we opted for the clarity of the New International Version, a collaborative effort compiled by dozens of biblical scholars and published in 1978.

    The Chosen Peoples

  • In the United States, there is a widespread and longstanding fear that government will do an unsurpassably poor job of it, but no other institution can provide and enforce such regulations.

    What Do We Do When Freedom Undermines Freedom?

  • With so much of it being so readily available – plus Boards Of Canada making the unsurpassably beautiful Dayvan Cowboy video – where has the scene got left to go apart from deep underground again?

    Watch The Drone Hopscotch Video

  • You may not have heard of it, you may not know where Darfur is on the map, but let me tell you, this is -- this is unsurpassably urgent.

    CNN Transcript May 30, 2007

  • You may not have heard of it, you may not know where Darfur is on the map, but let me tell you, this is -- this is unsurpassably urgent.

    CNN Transcript May 29, 2007

  • On still another occasion I had addressed it in the cause of the brotherhood and sisterhood of letters and the kindred arts, and on each and all the response had been unsurpassably spontaneous, open - handed, and munificent.

    Speeches: Literary and Social

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