Definition of unbeatable
1 : not capable of being defeated
2 : possessing unsurpassable qualities
unbeatablyplay \ˌən-ˈbē-tə-blē\ adverb
Examples of unbeatable in a Sentence
a restaurant with unbeatable food
The store has unbeatable prices.
Recent Examples of unbeatable from the Web
Oregon State, an unbeatable team of eager beavers who haven't lost a game in two months.
Her other favorite is homemade chocolate chip cookies from her unbeatable personal recipe, packed in bubble wrap and sent by one- or two-day delivery.
With its ancient timber beams, Versailles parquet floors, a monumental fireplace and a jazz piano bar, Hotel d’Aubusson has an unbeatable location in the Saint Germain-des-Pres district.
Morels are prized because of their unbeatable combination of flavor (full and hearty) and texture (honeycombed and sort of spongy).
A burly man in a butcher’s apron bellowed in a deep baritone about the unbeatable price of his pork chops.
Basketball requires balance, and groups of superstars that look unbeatable on roster sheets can encounter conflicts of style or ego on the court.
Since 2016, Portland has been nearly unbeatable at Providence Park.
Golden State not only is unbeaten in the postseason, the Warriors feel unbeatable. 4.
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First Known Use of unbeatable
UNBEATABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unbeatable for English Language Learners
: not capable of being defeated
: very good or excellent
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