Definition of unbeatably in US English:

unbeatably

adverb

  • See unbeatable

    • ‘I brace myself to descend into the viscera of Filene's to pick unbeatably priced men's suits and business shirts for my frugal husband.’
    • ‘Stein is like a plateful of smoked haddock, poached egg and mashed potatoes, a combination that is both unbeatably satisfying and fun.’
    • ‘The Sopranos had this unbeatably brilliant concept: a mafia boss with panic attacks going to an analyst.’
    • ‘It's either totally easy or nearly unbeatably hard depending on what you set it to.’
    • ‘Realism is unbeatably interesting: that is why social observation is the foundation of all the world's best books.’

Pronunciation

unbeatably

/-blē/