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[as submodifier] Immeasurably; by far.‘this beach is incomparably superior to the others on the island’
far and away, by far, infinitely, immeasurably, beyond compare, beyond comparison, easilyinimitably, unbeatably, supremely, superlatively, transcendently, uniquelyView synonyms
- ‘The received wisdom about economic life in the Nordic countries is easily summed up: people here are incomparably affluent, with all their needs met by an efficient welfare state.’
- ‘Italy and Spain seemed even more backward - vast gorgeous museums where you could look at art, eat and drink incomparably well and admire the past, but where the train stations were tiny islands of modernity.’
- ‘Whether you knew Andy personally, or just looked forward to his incomparably shrewd dispatches from all over, there's no better way to honor his spirit.’
- ‘Great guitarist, underrated and fantastic singer, and utterly, incomparably brilliant songwriter.’
- ‘She offers us an invocation of a life so drab, so mundane that, emerging from the final close-sealed video room, our own everyday existence seems incomparably transfigured; ineffably glorious.’
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