unrivalled


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un·ri·valed

or un·ri·valled  (ŭn-rī′vəld)
adj.
Having no rival or equal; incomparable.

unrivalled

(ʌnˈraɪvəld) or

unrivaled

adj
having no equal; matchless
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unrivalled - eminent beyond or above comparisonunrivalled - eminent beyond or above comparison; "matchless beauty"; "the team's nonpareil center fielder"; "she's one girl in a million"; "the one and only Muhammad Ali"; "a peerless scholar"; "infamy unmatched in the Western world"; "wrote with unmatchable clarity"; "unrivaled mastery of her art"
incomparable, uncomparable - such that comparison is impossible; unsuitable for comparison or lacking features that can be compared; "an incomparable week of rest and pleasure"; "the computer proceeds with its incomparable logic and efficiency"; "this report is incomparable with the earlier ones because of different breakdowns of the data"

unrivalled

adjective unparalleled, incomparable, unsurpassed, supreme, unmatched, peerless, unequalled, matchless, beyond compare, without equal, nonpareil, unexcelled He had an unrivalled knowledge of south Arabian society.
Translations
لا يُجارى، مُنْقَطِع النَّظير
bez konkurence
uovertruffen
versenytárs nélküli
óviîjafnanlegur
neturintis sau lygių
nepārspētsnesalīdzināms
bez konkurencie

unrivalled

unrivaled (US) [ʌnˈraɪvəld] ADJsin par, incomparable
Bilbao is unrivalled for foodla cocina bilbaína es incomparable

unrivalled

[ʌnˈraɪvəld] (British) unrivaled (US) adj [knowledge, expertise, collection, selection, reputation, beauty, strength] → sans égal, incomparable
to be unrivalled in sth → ne pas avoir d'égal en qch

unrivalled

, (US) unrivaled
adjunerreicht, unübertroffen; unrivalled in or for qualityvon unübertroffener Qualität; to be unrivalled in somethingin etw (dat)unerreicht or unübertroffen sein

unrivalled

unrivaled (Am) [ʌnˈraɪvld] adjsenza pari
to be unrivalled → non avere or non temere rivali

unrivalled

(American) unrivaled (anˈraivəld) adjective
having no equal or rival. She is unrivalled as a Shakespearian actress.
References in classic literature ?
For three hundred and sixty miles, gentlemen, through the entire breadth of the state of New York; through numerous populous cities and most thriving villages; through long, dismal, uninhabited swamps, and affluent, cultivated fields, unrivalled for fertility; by billiard-room and bar-room; through the holy-of-holies of great forests; on Roman arches over Indian rivers; through sun and shade; by happy hearts or broken; through all the wide contrasting scenery of those noble Mohawk counties; and especially, by rows of snow-white chapels, whose spires stand almost like milestones, flows one continual stream of Venetianly corrupt and often lawless life.
Sir Clifford thinks of charging twopence for a peep at the whispering gallery in the spinal column; threepence to hear the echo in the hollow of his cerebellum; and sixpence for the unrivalled view from his forehead.
The tales, therefore, though less purely Oriental than in their first concoction, were eminently better fitted for the European market, and obtained an unrivalled degree of public favour, which they certainly would never have gained had not the manners and style been in some degree familiarized to the feelings and habits of the western reader.
Raised in unrivalled prosperity, we inherit an economy that is still the world's strongest, but is weakened by business failures, stagnant wages, increasing inequality, and deep divisions among OUR OWN people.
That is the body of Chrysostom, who was unrivalled in wit, unequalled in courtesy, unapproached in gentle bearing, a phoenix in friendship, generous without limit, grave without arrogance, gay without vulgarity, and, in short, first in all that constitutes goodness and second to none in all that makes up misfortune.
And so, once more, John fell to work discounting the delightful future: his first appearance in the family pew; his first visit to his uncle Greig, who thought himself so great a financier, and on whose purblind Edinburgh eyes John was to let in the dazzling daylight of the West; and the details in general of that unrivalled transformation scene, in which he was to display to all Edinburgh a portly and successful gentleman in the shoes of the derided fugitive.
Here is a preserve of sea-cucumber, which a Malay would declare to be unrivalled in the world; here is a cream, of which the milk has been furnished by the cetacea, and the sugar by the great fucus of the North Sea; and, lastly, permit me to offer you some preserve of anemones, which is equal to that of the most delicious fruits.
Wyeth would fain have slipped by this cavalcade unnoticed; but the river, at this place, was not more than ninety yards across; he was perceived, therefore, and hailed by the vagabond warriors, and, we presume, in no very choice language; for, among their other accomplishments, the Crows are famed for possessing a Billingsgate vocabulary of unrivalled opulence, and for being by no means sparing of it whenever an occasion offers.
In his preceding attempts to attach himself to Louisa Musgrove(the attempts of angry pride), he protested that he had for ever felt it to be impossible; that he had not cared, could not care, for Louisa; though till that day, till the leisure for reflection which followed it, he had not understood the perfect excellence of the mind with which Louisa's could so ill bear a comparison, or the perfect unrivalled hold it possessed over his own.
The general was flattered by her looks of surprise, which told him almost as plainly, as he soon forced her to tell him in words, that she had never seen any gardens at all equal to them before; and he then modestly owned that, "without any ambition of that sort himself -- without any solicitude about it -- he did believe them to be unrivalled in the kingdom.
After 'The Cossacks' I read 'Anna Karenina' with a deepening sense of the author's unrivalled greatness.
Thus it happened that this close observer, who could display unrivalled tact in developing a joke or driving home a sarcasm, was unable to use the same power to make men further his fortunes and promote him.