1. having no previous example or precedent or parallel
    a time of unexampled prosperity
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  • The mass of facts and citations collected by him and pieced together in his writings is in fact unexampled in antiquity, though it is not unlikely that he drew at times upon the florilegia, or anthologies, exhibiting choice passages of literature. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery
  • The food of a nation had perished, and a desolation unexampled in modern times came down upon the land.
  • Philosophy, leading to as yet undescried ulterior results, was disclosed; farther, what seemed scarcely less interesting, a quite new human Individuality, an almost unexampled personal character, that, namely, of Professor Teufelsdr√∂ckh the Discloser. Sartor Resartus, and On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History
  • The catastrophe, though unique in France, was not unexampled further east.
  • And the complex, joyous-ironic rondo-finale had an unexampled clarity. Times, Sunday Times
  • And, mercifully, it has been unexampled in any war since. Times, Sunday Times
  • The restaurant undertakes to provide is patrons with the same feeling of unexampled sensuous gastronomic pleasure.
  • I here, by the unexampled favour you stand in with our Sage, send not a Biography only, but an Autobiography: at least the materials for such; wherefrom, if I misreckon not, your perspicacity will draw fullest insight: and so the whole Philosophy and Philosopher of Clothes will stand clear to the wondering eyes of England, nay thence, through Sartor Resartus, and On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History
  • While the saint's dress denotes the eremitic character of the order of friars at S. Andrea, a remarkable and unexampled feature is the fiery red halo shining around Augustine's head.
  • What we call the vicarious sacrifice of Christ is nothing strange as regards the Nothing superlative in the principle of the cross. principle of it, no superlative, unexampled, and therefore unintelligible grace. The Vicarious Sacrifice, Grounded in Principles of Universal Obligation.
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