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unparalleled

Syllabification: un·par·al·leled
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈperəˌleld
 
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Definition of unparalleled in English:

adjective

Having no parallel or equal; exceptional: the sudden rise in unemployment is unparalleled in the postwar period
More example sentences
  • The web gives them the opportunity of unparalleled access to information.
  • Versions of Dante in English offer the reader almost unparalleled opportunity for learned snobbishness.
  • The event would give Scotland an unparalleled opportunity for worldwide exposure which money cannot buy.
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Ziegfeldspot-weld

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