[ uhn-par-uh-leld ]
/ ʌnˈpær əˌlɛld /
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not paralleled; unequaled or unmatched; peerless; unprecedented: unparalleled athletic ability.
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Also especially British, un·par·al·lelled .
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How to use unparalleled in a sentence
There is in the Scandinavian story a mass of detail quite unparallelled in Beowulf, which overshadows the resemblances.Beowulf|R. W. Chambers
The scandals about marriage in the last twenty years unparallelled in the first half of the period.The Life of Mrs. Humphry Ward|Janet Penrose Trevelyan
Fortifications of various description were carried on with unparallelled exertions.
The grand east window is of unparallelled beauty and elegance.The Centenary Garland|Anonymous
This unparallelled Woman is in the 35th year of her age, and only 18 pounds weight.The Old Showmen and the Old London Fairs|Thomas Frost
British Dictionary definitions for unparalleled
/ (ʌnˈpærəˌlɛld) /
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