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peer·less

 (pîr′lĭs)
adj.
Being such as to have no match; incomparable.

peer′less·ly adv.
peer′less·ness n.

peerlessly

(ˈpɪələslɪ)
adv
in a peerless manner
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Headmaster and self-styled loveable Cockney Len Goodman put his heart and soul into pretending that every episode was peerlessly entertaining.
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The orchestra's co-leader Peter Maslin played John Williams' Schindler's List peerlessly, showing it to be a major work in the tradition of Beethoven's violin romances.