Definition of matchless
: having no equal : peerless a matchless view of the valley
Examples of matchless in a Sentence
The museum has a matchless collection of paintings.
the matchless beauty and grandeur of Yosemite Valley
Recent Examples of matchless from the Web
His recordings of the complete Carl Nielsen symphonies and concertos, taken from live Philharmonic performances, are matchless.
President Bush in 2008: Americans believe that every man, woman, and child has unalienable rights, dignity, and matchless value.
And here’s the 2008 proclamation by then President George W. Bush: A Proclamation by the President of the United States of America Americans believe that every man, woman, and child has unalienable rights, dignity, and matchless value.
The Metropolitan Opera, one of the co-producers of this seething and psychologically piercing staging, presented it in April with a matchless cast headed by the gleaming soprano Nina Stemme in the title role.
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First Known Use of matchless
MATCHLESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of matchless for English Language Learners
: having no equal : better than all others
MATCHLESS Defined for Kids
Definition of matchless for Students
: having no equal : better than any other of the same kind
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