unprecedented

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[ UK /ʌnpɹˈɛsɪdəntɪd/ ]
[ US /ənˈpɹɛsɪˌdɛntɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having no precedent; novel
    an unprecedented expansion in population and industry
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How To Use unprecedented In A Sentence

  • He has received several teaching awards, as well as the unprecedented award of being ‘the most quotable professor’ by MathSoc.
  • Tugela Ferry's bug, however, takes on average an unprecedented 25 days after diagnosis to kill...
  • Islam has changed unprecedentedly in the domain of life and culture in the tidal current of adapting to Socialism society and time, and has stridden into a rational development time.
  • When turnout in an election for the state government in 2008 reached an unprecedented 60%, many Indians misread this as belated Kashmiri acquiescence in Indian rule.
  • "Debt is at historically unprecedented levels, " according to the Office for National Statistics.
  • The unprecedented remarks by CSIS Director Richard Fadden were broadcast late on Tuesday, a day before Chinese Premier Hu Jintao was due to arrive in Canada on a formal visit.
  • In our judgment the conclusion reached by the judge, despite the unprecedented passage of time since 1942, was correct.
  • The Prime Minister's press chief returned from Washington yesterday amid unprecedented speculation he was going to resign.
  • But more significant, he adds, is that the royal family is being required to cement the political and symbolic unity of a United Kingdom when that unity is under unprecedented strain.
  • The size of this latest mimivirus is unprecedented, prompting researchers to name it a mamavirus. ���Sputnik��� Virus Can Attack Others, But Is it Alive?
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