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Superior to all others in performance or extent.‘a range of facilities unequalled in London’‘trout of unequalled quality’
unbeaten, unmatched, matchless, unrivalled, without equal, unsurpassed, unparalleled, without parallel, peerless, incomparable, beyond compare, inimitable, second to none, record, best ever, nonpareil, uniqueView synonyms
- ‘It has a tradition unequalled in any part of this country.’
- ‘It was not, alas, unique, unequalled, unsurpassed, or uncommon for all that.’
- ‘It has an unequalled record for stability in the entire industry.’
- ‘They are the unequalled masters of right-wing think tanks, foundations, and corporate funding.’
- ‘His expert analysis of what's going on behind the scenes is unequalled.’
- ‘Today, it appears that their brilliance still remains unequalled.’
- ‘We have an unequalled record in pushing for peace and progress and in bringing about real and radical change.’
- ‘On a suburban road in normal traffic conditions, the Corolla is unequalled, passing every challenge I threw at it.’
- ‘In its exuberant veneers and boldly sculptural quality, it is unequaled.’
- ‘His contest record is unequalled, but it was his incredible free-surfing that raised the bar to a new level.’
- ‘The political transition has been recorded as unequaled in many parts of the world where there has been change of systems.’
- ‘Berix is quite small and has an unequalled 10-year record.’
- ‘By the way, it's outside of all the regions discussed above, but Northern Australia offers unequalled opportunities for, at the very least, storage installations.’
- ‘To an extent almost certainly unequaled by other animals, humans have evolved through cultural change.’
- ‘The vital atmosphere in this city is unequalled.’
- ‘On Sunday you had almost 80,000 spectators packing one of the best stadiums in Europe with an atmosphere unequalled at any sporting event in these islands.’
- ‘And she remains unequalled for her work with the unemployed, her contribution to the freedom-struggle and for her political achievements.’
- ‘Cox's record in Europe is unequalled by any other Irish person before or since him.’
- ‘Now he's moved to Washington, where the pressure to perform is unequaled in the NFL.’
- ‘His long service to Brentford is virtually unequalled.’
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