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no other

Definition of no other in English:

archaic Nothing else: we can do no other
More example sentences
  • The sense of elation at having beaten the odds and quitting while ahead gives a buzz like no other.
  • The inauguration of the first black Archbishop of York in history was like no other.
  • So anxious has he been to crack down that he has agreed a treaty like no other.
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