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unbeatable

Syllabification: un·beat·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈbēdəb(ə)l
 
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Definition of unbeatable in English:

adjective

1Not able to be defeated or exceeded in a contest or commercial market: the shop sells bikes at unbeatable prices
More example sentences
  • Of course, some people shop farmers' markets for the unbeatable prices.
  • They are unbeatable on the world market, because they are guaranteed to recover their investments.
  • We are pleased to announce that both the end of season and play off DVD's are both now in stock at the unbeatable price of £19.99.
Synonyms
invincible, unstoppable, unassailable, indomitable, unconquerable, unsurpassable, matchless, peerless, nonpareil;
supreme
1.1Extremely good; outstanding: views from the patio are unbeatable
More example sentences
  • And yet there is supreme quality in unbeatable Illy coffee.
  • None of them were very well done, but the thrill of being able to make programs myself was unbeatable.
  • Arrogance is an unbeatable antidote to common sense and reality.

Derivatives

unbeatably

1
adverb
Example sentences
  • I brace myself to descend into the viscera of Filene's to pick unbeatably priced men's suits and business shirts for my frugal husband.
  • The Sopranos had this unbeatably brilliant concept: a mafia boss with panic attacks going to an analyst.
  • Realism is unbeatably interesting: that is why social observation is the foundation of all the world's best books.

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