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Being such as to have no match; incomparable.

peer′less·ly adv.
peer′less·ness n.


the state of being without equal or peerless
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Both Apthorpe and Claire are assured of their peerlessness and
His record of reliability in the pressure cooker environment of Test combat for Wales and the Lions has understandably seen him create a perception of peerlessness.
There is a strange parallelism between the anonymity of the slave, ripped from the relational contexts that make her a recognisable human being, and the peerlessness of the sovereign ruler - or, indeed, the absolutely solvent individual, not indebted to anyone.