[ US /əˈniˌkwəɫd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. radically distinctive and without equal
    a breakdown of law unparalleled in our history
    unparalleled athletic ability
    he is alone in the field of microbiology
    this theory is altogether alone in its penetration of the problem
    Bach was unique in his handling of counterpoint
    craftsmen whose skill is unequaled
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How To Use unequaled In A Sentence

  • He faced his enemy with unequaled courage.
  • They were examples of absolute aggression, unequalled in surprise or impact since the Second World War.
  • The camera combines rugged reliability with unequalled optical performance and speed.
  • The second view ascribes it to the word Asama, meaning "unequalled" or Zee News : India National
  • His one hundred per cent record remained unequalled by any fellow spetznaz officer in the history of the campaign. CODE BREAKER
  • On a suburban road in normal traffic conditions, the Corolla is unequalled, passing every challenge I threw at it.
  • On Sunday you had almost 80,000 spectators packing one of the best stadiums in Europe with an atmosphere unequalled at any sporting event in these islands.
  • Next day, thanks to his histrionic powers and his ingratiating address, he was promoted to the rank of "supernumerary captain's servant" -- a "post which," I give his words, "I flatter myself, was created for me alone, and furnished me with opportunities unequalled for a task in which one word malapropos would have been my destruction. Traffics and Discoveries
  • And she remains unequalled for her work with the unemployed, her contribution to the freedom-struggle and for her political achievements.
  • It has an unequalled record for stability in the entire industry.
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