Examples of unbeatable in a Sentence
a restaurant with unbeatable food
The store has unbeatable prices.
Recent Examples of unbeatable from the Web
The Nittany Lions’ win solidified a division title last season, but the Buckeyes have been virtually unbeatable at home under Urban Meyer.
The Grass Skirt Taking the prize for best prices and theme, this tiki bar has a late night happy hour menu with dishes offered at an unbeatable $5.
After being near unbeatable last season, the Colorado Rapids own one of the league’s worst home records this season.
The Hoosiers were not unbeatable through the air last season.
Again, then Mike Pence, who is well-positioned ideologically to inherit the president’s currently strong position among party conservatives, would be all but unbeatable in 2020.
The looks that people like Tracey Cunningham and Kristin Ess whip up are dream-worthy, featuring the unbeatable combo of a salon-fresh blowout, vibrant color, and someone glowing with the happiness of life post-transformation.
Whitley Hedger died in March 2015 at age 13 of DIPG, an aggressive and unbeatable brain tumor, the same pediatric affliction that killed Lawrenceburg’s Lauren Hill two months later.
Fry: French fries, cheese and crushed up Flamin’ Hot Cheetos is truly an unbeatable combination.
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First Known Use of unbeatable
Synonymsbulletproof, impregnable, indomitable, insuperable, insurmountable, invulnerable, invincible, unconquerable, unstoppable
Antonymssuperable, surmountable, vincible, vulnerable
Related Wordsinviolable, unassailable, unbreachable, untouchable; armored, defended, guarded, protected, safe, safeguarded, secure, shielded; unbeaten, unbowed, unconquered, undefeated, unsubdued
Near Antonymsexposed, imperiled (or imperilled), insecure, liable, open, susceptible, unguarded, unprotected, unsafe; defenseless, helpless, powerless, weak
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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