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be without equal

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe without equalbe without equal (also have no equal) formalBEST to be better than everyone or everything else of the same type His paintings are without equal. equal
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be without equalAs a family holiday destination, Bournemouth is without equal.His musical prowess still undiminished at 65, he is without equal when it comes to instrumental excellence and stylistic versatility.His attention to detail is legendary and as a strategist he is without equal.If Richter's Brahms is a revelation, then his playing of Liszt is without equal.His paintings are without equal in the Western world.
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