What is another word for unequalled?

Pronunciation: [ʌnˈiːkwə͡ld] (IPA)

Unequalled is an adjective that describes something that is unmatched or unparalleled in terms of quality, excellence, or superiority. There are many synonyms for the word unequalled that can be used to convey the same meaning. Some of the most common synonyms include unparalleled, incomparable, unmatched, unrivaled, peerless, unsurpassed, and unique. Other synonyms include extraordinary, exceptional, matchless, one-of-a-kind, and singular. All of these words can be used interchangeably with unequalled to describe something that stands out above all others in terms of its quality, excellence, or superiority. Whether you are writing a formal essay or a creative piece, these synonyms can help you to add a touch of style and sophistication to your writing.

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What are the opposite words for unequalled?

Antonyms for "unequalled" would be words that indicate something that is not the best or the most superior. Some of the antonyms for "unequalled" would be common, ordinary, average, common, mediocre, and okay. These words indicate that something is not above average, but rather falls into the average range or even the below-average range. Some more antonyms to describe things that are not unequalled include inferior, second-rate, subpar, and inadequate. These words all indicate that something is not in the top tier or best possible option.

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Usage examples for Unequalled

In order to save him from the hurry of a twenty-minutes' railway-station dinner, Lady Adela had ordered a luncheon-basket to be packed for him, and her skill and forethought in this direction were unequalled, as many a little shooting-party had joyfully discovered.
"Prince Fortunatus"
William Black
In spite of her warning to me and what she thought had been its justification during the supper, here was an occasion to reveal to me a delicacy unequalled.
"Friendship Village"
Zona Gale
The external aspect of the structure is certainly not pleasing, but within, "where the marble statues breathe in rows," may be seen collected together and appropriately arranged six hundred of the great master's works, exhibiting the splendid and it is believed, as regards this department of art, unequalled result of one man's genius and industry.
"Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia"
Maturin M. Ballou

Famous quotes with Unequalled

  • She had an unequalled gift... of squeezing big mistakes into small opportunities.
    Henry James
  • Even in common people, conceit has the virtue of making them cheerful; the man who thinks his wife, his baby, his house, his horse, his dog, and himself severally unequalled, is almost sure to be a good-humored person, though liable to be tedious at times.
    Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr.
  • It was Africa distilled up through six thousand feet like the strong and refined essence of a continent... The views were immensely wide — everything that you saw made for greatness and freedom, and unequalled nobility.
    Karen Blixen
  • I am not worthy to speak loudly of Adolf Hitler, nor do his life and deeds call for sentimental arousal. He was a warrior, a warrior for mankind, and a preacher of the gospel of justice for all nations. He was a reformer of the highest order, and his historical fate was that he lived in a time of unequalled cruelty, which felled him in the end. Thus the ordinary Western European may look upon Adolf Hitler. And we, his close followers, bow our heads at his death.
    Knut Hamsun
  • [ John Henry Newman's earlier poems are ] unequalled for grandeur of outline, purity of taste and radiance of total effect.
    Richard Holt Hutton

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