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unexcelled

Line breaks: un|ex¦celled
Pronunciation: /ʌnɪkˈsɛld
 
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Definition of unexcelled in English:

adjective

Better than any other examples of the same type; matchless: as expositions of science these books are unexcelled his unexcelled capacity for hard work
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  • The Causeway also offers an unexcelled view of ships entering and leaving this seventh wonder of the world.
  • Its location is near the center of a scope of unexcelled farming land about twenty-five miles in diameter.
  • In the early '50s, after making a reputation for unexcelled gospel singing, the Louvins broadened their repertoire.

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