[uhn-ig-zam-puh ld, -zahm-]
- unprecedented; unparalleled; unlike anything previously known: unexampled kindness; unexampled depravity.
Origin of unexampled
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Examples from the Web for unexampled
This was a thing as unexampled as the other circumstances of the battle.The Life of Horatio Lord Nelson
A condition of unexampled friendship this, of complete oneness.
Her magnanimity, he tells us, is unexampled, and her fatalism pathetic.
All the circumstances of the case have been unexampled in history.
In appearance he was almost as unique as his place in history is unexampled.Personal Recollections of a Cavalryman
J. H. (James Harvey) Kidd
- without precedent or parallel
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