unequaled

adjective
un·​equaled | \ ˌən-ˈē-kwəld How to pronounce unequaled (audio) \
variants: or unequalled

Definition of unequaled

: not equaled : unparalleled an artist of unequaled talent

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Examples of unequaled in a Sentence

a horse of unequaled beauty
Recent Examples on the Web Tyler Johnson, Minnesota: On one hand, Johnson has almost unequaled knowhow as a route runner and a flair for hauling in difficult and contested catches. Michael Middlehurst-schwartz, USA TODAY, "Can Tampa Bay Buccaneers find Tom Brady's next right-hand man in NFL draft?," 3 Apr. 2020 The advent of fire pits allows people to enjoy the unequaled ambiance of an open fire in their back yards, on their patios and decks, and just about anywhere else. The Editors, Field & Stream, "4 Ways to Enjoy a Backyard Fire," 8 Apr. 2020 Moore’s jokes, puns, wordplay, and gimlet eye do build to create a comedic surface tension that’s unequaled in its range and sophistication. Lauren Groff, The New York Review of Books, "The Keatsian Intelligence of Lorrie Moore," 18 Feb. 2020 The Yankees were in the midst of their still unequaled streak of five consecutive World Series victories. Bruce Weber, BostonGlobe.com, "Roger Kahn, 92, lifted sportswriting to an art with ‘Boys of Summer’," 7 Feb. 2020 Top choice of elite military snipers, the Model 700 is unequaled in tactical precision. Trish Choate, USA TODAY, "Texas gun laws: What happens when ‘good guys’ have guns?," 24 Oct. 2019 Day hiking had always induced unequaled tranquility, in short supply in the prior year. Mathina Calliope, Longreads, "The Backcountry Prescription Experiment," 3 Dec. 2019 Your ability to communicate the beauty and vulnerability of our natural environment remains unequaled as you – and your team – have engaged and enthused many people, young and old, to appreciate and preserve our world’s oceans. Hannah Yasharoff, USA TODAY, "Prince Andrew scandal: Accuser's lawyers praise his resignation; Queen Elizabeth stays busy," 21 Nov. 2019 Perfumed, sweet and simply luscious, the ripe melon’s flavor and texture is unequaled. Washington Post, "Flood followed by drought equals a good year for melons," 5 Nov. 2019

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First Known Use of unequaled

1600, in the meaning defined above

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23 May 2020

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“Unequaled.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unequaled. Accessed 5 Jul. 2020.

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unequaled

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How to pronounce unequaled (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of unequaled

: better than all others

unequaled

adjective
un·​equaled | \ ˌən-ˈē-kwəld How to pronounce unequaled (audio) \

Kids Definition of unequaled

: having no equal or match an unequaled talent

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