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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunequalledun‧e‧qualled British English, unequaled American English /ʌnˈiːkwəld/ adjective  BESTbetter than any other The hotel has a range of facilities unequalled in the city.
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unequalledThe principal brand is Guinness Foreign Extra Stout which enjoys an unequalled brand image and reputation for quality.The whole exercise was a clear demonstration of the unequalled capabilities of the Mystère 20 as an airline pilot trainer.The buildings are still roofed and partly floored, affording an unequalled impression of the residence of a late-medieval landowner.His performance as the pitiful Shelley Levene was unequalled in his later career.
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