- not paralleled; unequaled or unmatched; peerless; unprecedented: unparalleled athletic ability.
Also especially British, un·par·al·lelled.
Origin of unparalleled
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The scenes that followed were remarkably impressive and unparalleled.The Grand Old Man
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But Dryden's compositions are unparalleled in any literature.
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- unmatched; unequalled
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Word Origin and History for unparalleled
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