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Impossible to defeat or surpass: an unbeatable team; an unbeatable sales record.

un·beat′a·bly adv.


in an unbeatable or undefeatable manner
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As a natural fibre, wool is a great environmental option, but it is also unbeatably soft, a natural insulator and extremely resilient making it ideal for high traffic areas of your home such as hallways and stairs.
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It features two sliding doors that cover the stairs when the vessel is in motion, thus providing an unbeatably clean-cut appearance.
Bacon and egg is a classic for a reason, the only meal my father could cook, an unbeatably great pairing.
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Knob Creek Cask Strength Rye ($69.99) features its biggest and boldest rye liquid yet, and lives up to Knob Creek Bourbon's designation of "preprohibition style." Aged for nine years and stored in Warehouse A, the oldest standing rackhouse at the distillery, this cask strength straight rye whiskey, bottled at 119.6 proof, takes the award-winning Knob Creek Straight Rye Whiskey to the next level as an ultra-aged, unfiltered rye whiskey with unbeatably big and full spicy rye flavor.
Remember the unbeatably catchy "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" that flooded school dance floors across the world from the 90s well into the early 2000s?
Offering unbeatably beautiful landscapes and rich palette of colours, the Greek countryside is waiting to reveal its secrets to the ever exploring nature lovers.
Competing in a hot 1.10m class that saw just three combinations make it through to the final jump-off, it was Lucinda Stewart, from Ayr, who picked up the pace on board her 11-year-old bay gelding Glow DK to post an unbeatably fast double clear in 53.56 seconds and secure first place.
After Mark Wright opted not to repeat the horror of his unbeatably appalling Hollywood Nights and Party Wright Around The World, the field was wide open.