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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunmatchedun‧matched /ˌʌnˈmætʃt◂/ adjective literary  BESTbetter than any other syn unequalled a woman of unmatched beauty
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unmatchedBut the big horse, ideally suited to Aintree, has some way to go before matching Red Rum's unmatched achievements.They did no damage but only left unmatched earrings in her bedroom.And a second afterward hurled all of South Florida into a Latin frenzy unmatched even in the Dolphins' best days.The game play and artificial intelligence are unmatched in sports video gaming.The war and the expansion that followed created a culture of mobility and middle-class affluence unmatched in the history of the world.The hotel's top-floor lounge offers unmatched views of the city.
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