unapproached

unapproached

(ˌʌnəˈprəʊtʃt)
adj
1. not approached; not able to be approached or neared
2. not matched; unparalleled
References in classic literature ?
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.
since God is light, And never but in unapproached light Dwelt from Eternitie, dwelt then in thee, Bright effluence of bright essence increate.
This revealed no significant differences in age, ethnicity, offense type, type of suspended sentence, assessed recidivism risk, (82) supervision level, or court district between the probationers who participated in both waves and a) the unapproached, b) the refusers, and c) those who filled in the questionnaire at [T.sub.1] only.
Lauding Mme de Sevigne, Mme Dacier, Mme de Stael, and Mme Roland as supreme examples of the female intellect, Eliot concludes that "George Sand is the unapproached artist, who, to Jean-Jacques's eloquence and deep sense of external nature, unites the clear delineation of character and the tragic depth of passion" (55).
Hence, the different stages of his approach to his spirit mecca: "And beyond the old city, even beyond the past, there is the sea itself ..." And en route, he takes a mild potshot at God, less mocking and irreverent--to be sure--than in other poems: "the ancient freshness of the natural world that God, stirring in His loneliness and unapproached in His light, breathed upon." "Breathed" is the crucial word here, since salutary breezes of the poem now make their rounds from "sea's breath" and "breath of fresh wilderness" to the speaker's prayer "to breathe their air, one more day of my life." Thereby, he envisions a temporary escape from "our present desperate century."
Fortunately, the poorest translation, provided only it be faithful,--though it reproduce all the artistic confusion of tenses, moods, and persons, with which the original teems,--will not only suffice to display what an eloquent friend maintains to be the all-in-all of poetry--"the action of the piece"--but may help to illustrate his assurance that "the Greeks are the highest models of expression, the unapproached masters of the grand style: their expression is so excellent because it is so admirably kept in its right degree of prominence, because it is so simple and so well subordinated, because it draws its force directly from the pregnancy of the matter which it conveys ...
to a degree unapproached in his earlier gatherings" of tales (105), and Michael Colacurcio situates these tales as "our most credible metaphor of significant literary intention in Hawthorne's early phase" (496).
Boston is the first team to use the four-man in 20 consecutive games and at one point used it in 43 of 45 games--a pace unapproached by the 1971 Orioles.
I examine, each by each, the opinions and arguments of the press upon the subject, and show that this subject has been, hitherto, unapproached. Poe insisted that he would not only re-create the crime in print but also tie up the loose ends and solve the real case by having Dupin "sitting steadily in his accustomed armchair." Dupin would gather the known facts as they had appeared in newspapers and police and coroner's reports, and then, by dint of ratiocination, demonstrate that Mary Rogers had been killed by a lone assassin.
Room air conditioners were built at previously unapproached rates this year; then the weather in primary regional markets turned wet.
since God is Light, And never but in unapproached Light Dwelt from Eternity, dwelt then in thee, Bright effluence of bright essence increate.
Never let someone leave a booth unapproached, even if they're just looking--because you never know until you ask.