unbeatable

[ US /ˌənˈbitəbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ʌnbˈiːtəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. hard to defeat
    an unbeatable ball team
  2. incapable of being overcome or subdued
    an invincible army
    her invincible spirit
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How To Use unbeatable In A Sentence

  • Verdict An unbeatable combination of small size and big illumination, but it is expensive. Times, Sunday Times
  • Back then England were steamrollering sides and we were told that they were unbeatable, especially as we were playing them at Twickenham.
  • It became an unbeatable combination. Times, Sunday Times
  • If that's not enough for the more demanding customer, the stunning and perhaps unbeatable view of Sofia makes it well worth a visit.
  • These resorts, like Magaluf and Arenal, remain unbeatable in terms of price.
  • A pre-election survey that could result in budget surplus refund cheques creates "brilliant" political optics that could be unbeatable.
  • That's an unbeatable Aussie combination of hilarious bad and good taste. Times, Sunday Times
  • Three of them (fans will know which) are unbeatable classics in the field.
  • With them on Britain's side, we would be unbeatable.
  • But as far as technophile bragging rights go, it's pretty unbeatable - for now. Times, Sunday Times
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