unexcelled


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unexcelled

(ˌʌnɪkˈsɛld)
adj
incapable of being improved; excelling all others
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Adj.1.unexcelled - not capable of being improved onunexcelled - not capable of being improved on  
best - (superlative of `good') having the most positive qualities; "the best film of the year"; "the best solution"; "the best time for planting"; "wore his best suit"
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And I am glad that this is so, for I consider my wisdom unexcelled."
The mess of brains given me by the Great Wizard is considered by my friends to be unexcelled."
In the eighteenth century Scotland had contributed Thomson and Burns to the Romantic movement; now, early in the nineteenth, she supplied a writer of unexcelled and marvelous creative energy, who confirmed the triumph of the movement with work of the first importance in both verse and prose, namely Walter Scott.
That track will "gladly" provide stalls to Hollendorfer, whom track owner Edward Allred called "an unexcelled horseman."
Non-the less, those who study Nigerian history from 1914 to date before it becomes a-no-go area or taboo, will realise that our law and morality observance in the realm is so unique that observers- God, Heavenly hosts, our ancestors, founding- fathers, comity of nations and few Nigerians or liberated souls blessed with the effective use of the third eyes- are singing the te Oeum- song of praise to God- for our outstanding respect and unexcelled patriotism for our observance of morality and law.
These were particularly interesting to the travelers, the quality of grains and the vegetables shown being such as to open their eyes to the unexcelled fertility of the country.
It has the purity customers can trust and perfection that is unexcelled.
Pierce, a virtuoso of excoriation unexcelled since H.L.
In this new work, Ng's second novel after her best-selling debut Everything I Never Told You, the author takes readers to Shaker Heights, an upscale locale situated in Cleveland that comes furnished with all the accoutrements of socio-economic affluence, as proclaimed by an advertisement in the book's epigraph: manicured lawns, neat driveways, golf and tennis clubs, boating and 'unexcelled schools.' Peaceful, insanely ordered and progressive, the world of Shaker Heights is unruffled by wars, protests or riots in the country, let alone the presidential family's steamy scandals in the White House.
By this stage in life, Roosevelt had developed skills in one-on-one manipulation, domination, and persuasion that were unexcelled. But the grim Soviet warlord was unaccustomed to compromise with equals and was immune to Roosevelt's charisma, even when Roosevelt courted him at Churchill's expense.
In endowing Thomas Sowell with those attributes to protect an unexcelled brilliance, God has blessed us all with a man in full, whose many and varied works will be read so as to understand our times long after they have passed and universal truths as long as they endure.
Gourlay's remarks aside, the 2017 Annual Meeting proved to be the usual mixture of old and new, capitalizing on the association's unexcelled ability to bring the industry together to review the state of the industry while effectively exploring future opportunities and warning of future perils.