unsurpassable

[ UK /ʌnsəpˈɑːsəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not to be exceeded
    unsurpassable standards of workmanship
    unsurpassable skill
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How To Use unsurpassable In A Sentence

  • Several hallowed records that stood for a generation and more, and long were regarded as unsurpassable, have diminished to footnotes in the annals of the game.
  • For those who don't know, he was the unsurpassable genius responsible for the first Incredible Hulk and Fantastic Four strips - in other words, one of the greatest visual artists of the twentieth century.
  • Many say that Mao's wisdom was unsurpassable, but it is more accurate to say that few can attain his level of callousness. Judging Mao as a Man
  • Treats to look forward to include the Rainy Day wife's famed Irish stew and the Rainy Day mother's unsurpassable smoked haddock chowder.
  • Breakfast with its "unsurpassable" coffee was hardly over before a guide and carriage arrived to lend us their services for the day in a drive to Versailles. Fifty Years in the Gospel Ministry from 1864 to 1914. Twenty-seven Years in the Pastorate; Sixteen Years' Active Service as Chaplain in the U. S. Army; Seven Years Professor in Wilberforce University; Two Trips to Europe; A Trip in Mexico.
  • Now, this joke almost textually reproduces a circumstance attending the birth of that Earl of Dudley of whom Rogers wrote the epigram which Byron thought "unsurpassable": -- The History of "Punch"
  • A man of unsurpassable dignity, he responded by publicly scolding the Leader of the Free World for this cynical attempt to tell a people struggling for its freedom and life what to do.
  • unsurpassable standards of workmanship
  • At least with Mozart there are a substantial number of works of unsurpassable genius rising from the routine mediocrity of about three quarters of his output.
  • One is not slighting her in saying that she comes close to, but does not equal, the unsurpassable Elisabeth Schwarzkopf.
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