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matchless

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Pronunciation: /ˈmatʃləs
 
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Definition of matchless in English:

adjective

So good as to be unequalled; incomparable: the Parthenon has a matchless beauty
More example sentences
  • Now is the time to visit this park before more lodges open and the remoteness and matchless beauty are lost to the tourism.
  • It is just the bare bones of a novel, but matchless all the same, much as a sketch by Rembrandt can outclass the competition.
  • The series of period rooms are a matchless setting for the wonderful collection of furniture and artefacts.
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matchlessly

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adverb
Example sentences
  • Through half-shut eyes, it was possible to imagine the matchlessly fertile land the first explorers glimpsed, and to ponder what they might have made of the developments of the subsequent half-millennium.
  • He was matchlessly unorthodox, brave, loving, generous, riotously funny, as well as shrewd and unsentimental, in a blend of human chemistry that is indeed irreplaceable.
  • Anyone who believed such a thing was by definition clueless and delusional, and the lyrical contributions are matchlessly banal.

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