unequaled

adjective
un·equaled | \ˌən-ˈē-kwəld \
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

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Trump’s seeming recipe for dealing with a rogue nation: Use brinkmanship coming directly from the president, threaten obliteration by America’s unequaled firepower, and make talks a one-on-one affair. Howard Lafranchi, The Christian Science Monitor, "Iran and North Korea ... and the art of the denuclearization deal," 10 May 2018 Zell's legacy is unequaled and his accomplishments in public service are innumerable. Russ Bynum And Bill Barrow, chicagotribune.com, "Zell Miller, stubbornly independent former Georgia governor and senator, dies at 86," 23 Mar. 2018 The deployment by the University of Miami was truly unparalleled and unequaled. Daniel Chang, miamiherald, "New dean for UM’s medical school is a Haitian immigrant success story | Miami Herald," 19 Mar. 2018 Fans get to watch an unequaled basketball product and pour money into the league for it. The Tylt, AL.com, "Are 'super teams' good for the NBA?," 23 Oct. 2017 And the warmth in the western Atlantic Ocean is one factor that has allowed Irma to become an intense category 5 hurricane of almost unequaled magnitude. Alison Bridger, Fortune, "Hurricane Irma Could Soon Be Back to a Category 5," 8 Sep. 2017 In truth, most Americans are happy people who are using their unequaled freedom and wealth to pursue their own hearts: To raise families, to pursue excellence or at least success, to enjoy the fruits of their labors. Chris Stirewalt, Fox News, "Love in the time of covfefe," 31 May 2017 Since that date, the United States has held a position of leadership unequaled in world history. Randy Blaser, chicagotribune.com, "Column: Don't ever forget D-Day and what it meant for our nation," 31 May 2017 The first superstar of martial-arts films, Lee opened the door to an entire genre, inspiring millions of fans with his unequaled combination of power, speed and grace. Daniel M. Gold, New York Times, "The Dragon Enters, at the Museum of Modern Art," 24 Jan. 2017

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First Known Use of unequaled

1600, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of unequaled was in 1600

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unequaled

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of unequaled

: better than all others

unequaled

adjective
un·equaled | \ˌən-ˈē-kwəld \

Kids Definition of unequaled

: having no equal or match an unequaled talent

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