[ UK /ʌnmˈætʃt/ ]
[ US /ənˈmætʃt/ ]
[ US /ənˈmætʃt/ ]
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
of the remaining member of a pair
an odd glove
How To Use unmatched In A Sentence
- It also boasts an unmatched ventilation and antifog system, removable interior cheek pads and a sturdy chinstrap that can be removed to allow cleaning or replacement.
- As former chief fire officer, Pat Forkan, recalls, his ability behind the wheel was unmatched.
- He was the star, recording an unmatched 24 birdies and four-and-a-half points.
- With its full stealth, supersonic cruise capability, and electronics that make the Starship Enterprise look like a birchbark canoe, it is utterly unmatched as a fighter aircraft. Matthew Yglesias » Government for Sale
- The quintessential entertainer - entrepreneur wielded unmatched influence over our childhood.
- The Indian's obsession for politics and politicians remains unmatched by people of any nationality.
- And a second afterward hurled all of South Florida into a Latin frenzy unmatched even in the Dolphins' best days.
- And our unmatched variety of styles and sizes means that we've got the shoe that's right for you -- everyone from that sweet plus-sized madrecita to the tiniest muchacho. Rick Horowitz: Arizona Immigration Law: Let Them Look Inside Your Sole
- But to make the bridge between the micro-level of such broken souls and the macro-level of this unmatched global power, evil needed to use the middle range of these interlocking structures of that brokenness which is at the heart of evil, the socio-cultural-political dimension of the American civilization. Evil and the Oval Office: A Spiritual, but also Naturalistic, Perspective on the Bushite Regime
- This geographic spread gives Japan a climatic diversity unmatched in countries of comparable size.