unbeatable

adjective
un·beat·able | \ˌən-ˈbē-tə-bəl \

Definition of unbeatable 

1 : not capable of being defeated

2 : possessing unsurpassable qualities

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Other Words from unbeatable

unbeatably \ˌən-ˈbē-tə-blē \ adverb

Examples of unbeatable in a Sentence

a restaurant with unbeatable food The store has unbeatable prices.

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However Portugal hardly has looked unbeatable since blitzing through World Cup qualifying with one loss in 10 games, led by Ronaldo’s 15 goals. Kevin Baxter, latimes.com, "Who’s better, Ronaldo or Messi? World Cup could end the debate," 5 June 2018 Its economic expansion is outpacing even China’s, inflation is in check, its budget deficit seemed to be shrinking and its popular prime minister had looked unbeatable. Corinne Abrams, WSJ, "Rupee’s Fall Points to Uncertain Future for Investment in India," 30 May 2018 Beat the heat this weekend by taking part in some of the unbeatable family-friendly events taking place throughout North Fulton. Kelly Sundstrom, ajc, "4 things to do in North Fulton this weekend," 22 June 2018 Florence today gets the kind of rave reviews Slater did in his unbeatable prime. Matt Warshaw, Outside Online, "The Dominance of Kelly Slater," 5 July 2018 The knee-jerk public reaction from Warriors’ lovers and haters is clear: The team just became unbeatable, with a starting lineup featuring five All-Stars in their primes (Stephen Curry, 30, is the old man). Scott Ostler, SFChronicle.com, "With ‘Boogie,’ Warriors shoot into ‘death zone’," 9 July 2018 His match was Neville was the culmination of that, as Neville seemed almost unbeatable. cleveland.com, "50 greatest wrestling matches of all time," 8 May 2018 Platforms: iOS, Android, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Google Chromecast, Samsung Smart TV, Chrome and Safari The good: Free is unbeatable. Jennifer Van Grove, sandiegouniontribune.com, "AT&T's WatchTV is here and it's a head-scratcher," 30 June 2018 Essentially, a Clemens home run — and the invigorating histrionics that occasionally follow — elevates Texas from good to nearly unbeatable. Nick Moyle, San Antonio Express-News, "Kody Clemens’ antics are good for Texas, great for the CWS," 13 June 2018

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First Known Use of unbeatable

1855, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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unbeatable

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of unbeatable

: not capable of being defeated

: very good or excellent

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