/ (ˌʌnsɜːˈpɑːst) /

  1. superior in achievement or excellence to any other: of an unsurpassed quality

Derived forms of unsurpassed

  • unsurpassable, adjective

Words Nearby unsurpassed

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How to use unsurpassed in a sentence

  • From Inverness an unsurpassed highway leads to Aberdeen, a distance of a little over one hundred miles.

  • The Devon is intelligent, gentle, and tractable; is good for milk, and unsurpassed for the yoke and for fattening.

    Domestic Animals | Richard L. Allen
  • He knew what the Eastern soldiers could do; that they had fought with unsurpassed bravery and heroism.

    The Boys of '61 | Charles Carleton Coffin.