View synonyms for unbeatable


[ uhn-bee-tuh-buhl ]


  1. incapable of being beaten; impossible to defeat:

    an unbeatable football team.

  2. of surpassingly good quality; excellent:

    an unbeatable combination of brains and talent.


/ ʌnˈbiːtəbəl /


  1. unable to be defeated or outclassed; surpassingly excellent

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  • un·beata·bly adverb
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Word History and Origins

Origin of unbeatable1

First recorded in 1895–1900; un- 1 + beatable
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Example Sentences

Bungee cords are versatile, strong, and easy to use—an unbeatable combo in the cramped quarters of a vehicle.

Abreu has said he wants to continue his 26-year career as a coach, and if he does, he has the chance to make this record unbeatable.

Dawn of the Dead had unbeatable zombie effects and clever, often terrifying ways of raising the stakes with every set piece.

With its top players on the court, Los Angeles has looked largely unbeatable.

The booted planet hangs around only around five percent of the time in simulations, Kaib says, but those are hardly unbeatable odds.

WHERE TO STAY: The Four Seasons, for an unbeatable view of the Gateway Arch.

Surfing on an ocean of media hagiography, Christie seemed unbeatable just when it was time for Democrats to declare themselves.

By any other reality show standard, his story of triumph alone would make him unbeatable.

A President Romney could have been all but unbeatable for reelection.

And when they converge at the highest levels, the combination is unbeatable.

All men admitted that a partnership between Scattergood and Lafe would be unbeatable.

But they did not materialise; the rule of Martial Law—bad to beat—remained unbeatable.

All the pitchers were shot to pieces, and the Quakers seemed to be unbeatable.

For all these reasons the team felt itself unbeatable, and were eager for the hour to come when they might prove it.

The baron, and we also, regard the Varian gun and Chaosite as an unbeatable combination.


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