[ UK /ʌnmˈætʃəbəl/ ]
eminent beyond or above comparison
the team's nonpareil center fielder
she's one girl in a million
unrivaled mastery of her art
a peerless scholar
wrote with unmatchable clarity
the one and only Muhammad Ali
infamy unmatched in the Western world
How To Use unmatchable In A Sentence
- An 'unmatchable' colour goes with everything. Times, Sunday Times
- It had everything: humour, tension, emotion, divine actors (James Bolam and Barbara Flynn) and an unmatchable jazz soundtrack.
- As the participant and witness, Michael Payne narrates, in an unmatchable perspective, the hard journey of safeguarding the Olympic dignity and dream.
- It is a race of almost unmatchable quality, given that the winners of last year's and this year's Epsom Derby are joined by this year's French Derby hero, a Hong Kong Vase winner, and more Group One winners than you could shake a stick at.
- And like the Da Vinci of old his precision is unmatchable.
- The article was unmatchable Mail writing, segueing uncontrollably between mutually contradictory complaints without demonstrating any self-awareness.
- For the rest it had the finest and vastest prospect all round it I ever saw from any house: from Tyndale Fell to St. Bees Head, all Cumberland as in amphitheatre unmatchable; Galloway mountains, New Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle
- When she dug through his archives, she discovered he wrote about his musings on life, relationships, his culinary creations and the odd contemplation which he infused with wit and an unmatchable sense of humour.
- Like youthful first love, that memory has an unmatchable sharpness. Times, Sunday Times
- Their resources were lavish, unmatchable: each of their scorers in the European Cup final, Ole Gunner Solskjaer and Teddy Sheringham, were substitutes for the pairing of Andy Cole and Dwight Yorke.