- 1Without an equal in quality or extent; matchless: the incomparable beauty of VeniceMore example sentences
without equal, beyond compare, unparalleled, matchless, peerless, unmatched, without parallel, beyond comparison, second to none, in a class of its/one's own, unequaled, unrivaled, inimitable, nonpareil, par excellence; transcendent, superlative, surpassing, unsurpassed, unsurpassable, supreme, top, best, outstanding, consummate, singular, unique, rare, perfect• informal one-in-a-million• formal unexampled
- But there are passages of incomparable beauty and feeling.
- On the Big Island of Hawaii, along the Kohala Coast, you will find Mauna Lani Resort, an incomparable oasis of beauty and luxury.
- And always, the bay is a place of subtle, but incomparable beauty.
- 2Unable to be compared; totally different in nature or extent: censorship still exists, but now it’s absolutely incomparable with what it wasMore example sentences
- So Iraq and South Africa are totally incomparable, in my view.
- The two clubs are really incomparable because they have different objectives, but both do what they do very well.
- I'm tempted to say that it's a bit juvenile really, comparing things that are essentially incomparable.
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- Some argue that replacing degree classes by transcripts will have a positive impact upon the current incomparability of degrees from different institutions.
- To understand the idea of incomparability, you have to compare it with other ideas.
- These cases of incommensurability are one reason for the incomparability of the decision options.
late Middle English: via Old French from Latin incomparabilis, from in- 'not' + comparabilis (see comparable).