unsurpassable


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Adj.1.unsurpassable - not to be exceededunsurpassable - not to be exceeded; "unsurpassable skill"; "unsurpassable standards of workmanship"
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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unsurpassable

adjective
Of the greatest possible degree, quality, or intensity:
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unsurpassable

[ˈʌnsəˈpɑːsəbl] ADJinmejorable, insuperable
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unsurpassable

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On the fifteenth, when young Rostov, in his dressing gown, looked out of the window, he saw it was an unsurpassable morning for hunting: it was as if the sky were melting and sinking to the earth without any wind.
Also, to record that wherever I have been, in the smallest places equally with the largest, I have been received with unsurpassable politeness, delicacy, sweet temper, hospitality, consideration, and with unsurpassable respect for the privacy daily enforced upon me by the nature of my avocation here and the state of my health.
To destroy such a monster is something like one of the labours of Hercules, in that not only its size and weight and power of using them in little- known ways are against you, but the occult side is alone an unsurpassable difficulty.
Bethink thee, my lord, the unsurpassable affection I bear thee may compensate for the beauty and noble birth for which thou wouldst desert me.
She is unsurpassable in lies." His lordship's admiration for Becky rose immeasurably at this proof of her cleverness.
As a verbal melodist, especially a melodist of sweetness and of stately grace, and as a harmonist of prolonged and complex cadences, he is unsurpassable. But he has full command of his rhythm according to the subject, and can range from the most delicate suggestion of airy beauty to the roar of the tempest or the strident energy of battle.
N.A Baloch was essentially a man of incomparable and unsurpassable intellectual intelligence and curiosity.
'I am absolutely convinced in asserting that Dr Baloch was essentially a man of incomparable and unsurpassable intellectual intelligence and curiosity.
The duration of spring season has reduced with the passage of time from months to few weeks, which according to the weather experts is, due to the rapid climate change processes but still the unsurpassable charm of this flowery season continue to appeal the senses of every human being
India being a land of Maharajas and also unsurpassable in its culture and heritage, Blues 'N' Greys brings its collection to right arms.
The move enables us to invest even more in speakers and delegate experiences, to make BSAVA's education programme unsurpassable."