One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
See unsurpassableas submodifier ‘the plump duck confit is unsurpassably tender’
- ‘This despite the fact that he has been nothing but unsurpassably eloquent and consistent in his views and his opposition to the White House.’
- ‘Pollution combined with sound gives one an unsurpassably compressed expression for ‘noise pollution.’’
- ‘The argument speaks, therefore, of an unsurpassably great being - of a being whose greatness is not excelled by any being in any world.’
- ‘The program is led by an unsurpassably talented group of science advisors, whose jobs are much more complex than the program's simple elements might imply.’
- ‘Its fruits are unsurpassably pre-eminent, so mighty and so manifold that there is not room enough to receive them.’
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