uncomparable

ADJECTIVE
  1. such that comparison is impossible; unsuitable for comparison or lacking features that can be compared
    the computer proceeds with its incomparable logic and efficiency
    an incomparable week of rest and pleasure
    this report is incomparable with the earlier ones because of different breakdowns of the data
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How To Use uncomparable In A Sentence

  • Note:From May 1, 2006, public transit tickets were sold by card swiping, so passenger transportation volume is uncomparable with that in 2005.
  • But whereas money has dominated society as the representation of universal equivalence — the exchangeability of different goods whose uses remain uncomparable — the spectacle is the modern complement of money: a representation of the commodity world as a whole which serves as a general equivalent for what the entire society can be and can do. 2009 August
  • Before the departure, B sent me a SMS, said it's also hot in Oslo. As soon as he got out of the plane, he began to realize that it's uncomparable for 25 degree vs. 35 degree.
  • Note:From May 1, 2006, public transit tickets were sold by card swiping, so passenger transportation volume is uncomparable with that in 2005.
  • No matter what, real people and the square faces in the cartoon are uncomparable.
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