unexampled

adjective
un·ex·am·pled | \ ˌən-ig-ˈzam-pəld \

Definition of unexampled 

: having no example or parallel : unprecedented his ardent attachment and … unexampled passion —Jane Austen

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her performance in the Olympics was an unexampled display of athletic prowess

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But a war in which most of the enemy is considered beyond any possible surrender or political solution, and must be killed to the last man, is an extraordinary thing, unexampled in American history since the Indian Wars. Graeme Wood, The Atlantic, "The Bloody End of the Islamic State's Utopian Dream," 20 Oct. 2017

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1610, in the meaning defined above

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