unmatched

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adjective un·matched \ˌən-ˈmacht\

Definition of unmatched

  1. 1 :  not matched or equaled <a product of unmatched quality> < … infamy … unmatched in the Western world. — H. E. Rieseberg> <an actress with unmatched sex appeal> < … Lincoln's unmatched political and human knowledge. — David Bromwich>

  2. 2 :  not matching :  not of the same type <We sat on old, unmatched, brightly painted kitchen chairs … — Alice Munro> <wearing a pair of unmatched socks>

1548

First Known Use of unmatched

1548



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