matchless

adjective
match·​less | \ ˈmach-ləs How to pronounce matchless (audio) \

Definition of matchless

: having no equal : peerless a matchless view of the valley

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Other Words from matchless

matchlessly adverb

Examples of matchless in a Sentence

The museum has a matchless collection of paintings. the matchless beauty and grandeur of Yosemite Valley
Recent Examples on the Web John le Carré’s Karla trilogy featuring the matchless George Smiley is undoubtedly the finest series of novels of pure espionage ever written. Don Wallace And Deborah Dunn, WSJ, "The Best Spy Books, According to Espionage Experts," 28 May 2020 Instastart ignition ensures push-button, matchless lighting, and a pan that catches cooking grease and detaches easily for cleaning. Kathy Passero, al, "Ready for Memorial Day? From pools to picnics, 10 great items to help you celebrate the unofficial start of summer," 15 May 2020 With Ain't Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations landing a Tony nomination for best musical on Tuesday (April 30), Motown's matchless legacy has been saluted in a top category at all four leading awards shows. Paul Grein, Billboard, "Tony Voters Follow Grammys, Emmys & Oscars in Saluting Motown's Legacy With 'Ain't Too Proud' Nominations," 30 Apr. 2019 The stove also includes a matchless ignition button for a quick start, and provides over an hour of cooking time. Popular Science, "Camping stoves to elevate your outdoor eating," 5 Feb. 2020 What Herron brought to the game besides practicality was immaculate workmanship and a matchless eye for lines. David E. Petzal, Field & Stream, "The Best 25 Knives Ever Made," 16 Feb. 2019 Aramco marries very low costs — largely attributable to its matchless oil fields — to far higher output than any other oil company, resulting in a cash-spewing machine. BostonGlobe.com, "Shares in the company closed at 38 riyals, or about $10.13, giving the company a valuation of $2.03 trillion on the Saudi exchange.," 17 Dec. 2019 By the end the reader may view as friends the midcentury Ebony food editor Freda DeKnight, the Oklahoma caterer Cleora Butler, and the matchless Vertamae Grosvenor, whose Vibration Cooking still makes for tangy, trenchant reading. Corby Kummer, The Atlantic, "The 5 Best Cookbooks of 2019," 11 Dec. 2019 The superpower had fused its matchless intelligence-gathering with a local ally to drive out the world’s worst terrorists at a relatively modest cost in blood and treasure. The Economist, "Donald Trump’s betrayal of the Kurds is a blow to America’s credibility," 17 Oct. 2019

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First Known Use of matchless

circa 1530, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of matchless was circa 1530

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1 Jun 2020

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“Matchless.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/matchless. Accessed 2 Jul. 2020.

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More Definitions for matchless

matchless

adjective
How to pronounce matchless (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of matchless

: having no equal : better than all others

matchless

adjective
match·​less | \ ˈmach-ləs How to pronounce matchless (audio) \

Kids Definition of matchless

: having no equal : better than any other of the same kind

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