Related formsmatch·less·ly, adverbmatch·less·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for matchless
Matchless English style, very funny in parts, wonderfully sardonic, yet sympathetic observation of the chaos of war.
His sons, particularly his two eldest sons, and a lot of his pupils knew that he was matchless.John Eliot Gardiner Discusses His Monumental Bach Biography|Malcolm Jones|November 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
She is timeless, her combination of poise, kindness, and intelligence are matchless.
God bless you, my Henrietta, my beloved, my matchless Henrietta!Henrietta Temple|Benjamin Disraeli
Many among that matchless group of surrounding buildings which give Wells its chief charm, had not yet arisen.Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Wells|Percy Dearmer
This is the process of etching with which Rembrandt did his matchless work.The Book of Art for Young People|Agnes Conway
A new epoch in the language began, and the rapidity and matchless facility of the new poetry was the wonder of Steffens himself.
But we won the case, as was to be expected, thanks to our matchless array of legal ability.My Life in Many States and in Foreign Lands|George Francis Train