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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunparalleledun‧par‧al‧leled /ʌnˈpærəleld/ AWL adjective formal  BESTbigger, better, or worse than anything else an achievement unparalleled in sporting history
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unparalleledAnd in 1954 Eliot's influence and authority were unparalleled.The realistic freedom this gives you is unparalleled, although it takes a while to master walking by moving the mouse.a period of unparalleled economic prosperityShe had a beautiful figure which she used in subtle movements of unparalleled grace.Their unparalleled knowledge of the uses and properties of forest plants and wildlife will disappear with the forests.Either way, a ski slope of unparalleled lubricity would result.And my poetry is unparalleled since the bards hung up their rhyming shoes!Since the war urban Britain has experienced a rate of change unparalleled since the early days of the Industrial Revolution.There is an an unparalleled vegetarian menu.
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