- not equaled or surpassed; matchless: an unequaled record of victories.
Also especially British, un·e·qualled.
Origin of unequaled
1615–25; un-1 + equaled
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peerless, unrivaled, inimitable, incomparable.
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Her voice had been trained by none but God, yet its power and richness were unequalled.St. Cuthbert's
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- not equalled; unparalleled or unrivalled; supreme
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