- having no equal; matchless; unrivaled.
Origin of peerless
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unmatched, unequaled; unique, unsurpassed.
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Examples from the Web for peerless
The resulting photographs are a celebration, bringing to life the peerless spirit embodied by The Macallan.The Restaurant, Flask, And Photography Worthy of The Macallan Whisky
December 16, 2014
Cynthia Ozick has called this peerless master of the short story “our Chekhov.”Three Cheers for Alice Munro’s Nobel Prize in Literature
October 10, 2013
Our Xolo, Snorkel Louise, has had a difficult time expressing her peerless beauty.In Praise of the Mexican Hairless Dog
February 14, 2012
He is peerless when it comes to summoning American history and a sense of national purpose.In Defense of a Strong Government
September 9, 2009
The peerless Mabel, of course, was the only one not in the secret.Quaint Courtships
He determined at least once again to behold the peerless maiden.Imogen
No henchman he worthied by weapons, if witness his features, his peerless presence!Beowulf
And I fear that such a one as that shall touch the heart of my peerless Valentina?Love-at-Arms
There may be a flaw in our diamonds, but our butter is peerless.
- having no equals; matchless
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Word Origin and History for peerless
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