What is another word for unexampled?

Pronunciation: [ˌʌnɛɡzˈampə͡ld] (IPA)

Unexampled is an adjective that means something that is unprecedented, unparalleled, or unmatched. Some synonyms for unexampled include novel, unique, exceptional, extraordinary, remarkable, rare, singular, unheard of, unparalleled, unprecedented, and incomparable. Other synonyms include never before seen, uncommon, original, new, and unusual. Unexampled is used primarily to describe something that is remarkable or unusual, such as an event or a situation that is completely unique or unparalleled. It can also be used to describe a person or idea that stands out as exceptional or extraordinary. In addition, the word can be used to convey a sense of awe or amazement at something that is truly remarkable or unparalleled.

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What are the hypernyms for Unexampled?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for unexampled?

Unexampled means without precedent or unparalleled. Antonyms for unexampled would be ordinary, typical, typical, normal, run-of-the-mill, or customary. These words describe something that happens frequently, and is not unique or unusual. When something is not unprecedented, it is not surprising or alarming, and usually follows the trend. Typical or customary situations can be easily anticipated or predicted, unlike an unexampled occurrence. Therefore, antonyms of unexampled can often denote a broader sense of the norm, the expected, the predictable, and the familiar. Antonyms of unexampled are natural and common situations that can be easily identified by people.

Usage examples for Unexampled

But the most remarkable feature about it is that the number of able-bodied paupers has diminished by nearly a half; from 201,644 in 1849 to 106,280 in 1882. That is the very class of paupers whom Mr. George represents it to be the special effect of increasing productive power to multiply, and yet, though wealth and productive power have made almost unexampled progress, and though the population has also considerably risen in the interval, we have not more than half as many of this class of paupers now as we had thirty years ago.
"Contemporary Socialism"
John Rae
Are you prepared to see your name blazoned all over the world as the subject of an unexampled scandal in high life?
"Her Mother's Secret"
Emma D. E. N. Southworth
Conditions here are unexampled.
"Rose of Dutcher's Coolly"
Hamlin Garland

Famous quotes with Unexampled

  • But it is not the want of ear and judgement only of which I have to accuse Mr. Malone: he stands charged with divers other high crimes and misdemeanors against the divine majesty of our sovereign lord of the drama; with deforming his text, and degrading his margin, by intentional corruption, flagrant misrepresentation, malignant hypercriticism, and unexampled scurrility. These charges shall be proved--not, as Mr. Malone proves things, by groundless opinion and confident assertion, but--by fact, argument, and demonstration. How sayest thou, culprit? Guilty or not guilty?
    Joseph Ritson
  • Joan was a being so uplifted from the ordinary run of mankind that she finds no equal in a thousand years. She embodied the natural goodness and valour of the human race in unexampled perfection. Unconquerable courage, infinite compassion, the virtue of the simple, the wisdom of the just, shone forth in her. She glorifies as she freed the soil from which she sprang.
    Winston Churchill
  • This great French writer deserves to be regarded as a classic, not only in the land of his birth, but in all countries and in all literatures.He was, without being aware of it, the leader of a new school in letters and morals. His book was different from all others which were at that date in the world. It diverted the ancient currents of thought into new channels. It told its readers, with unexampled frankness, what its writer’s opinion was about men and things, and threw what must have been a strange kind of new light on many matters but darkly understood.
    Michel de Montaigne
  • The establishment and maintenance of sound and fair social conditions; so that there should be no oppression nor injustice, but a square deal for everybody; so that the strong should not be permitted to prey upon the weak; so that the law of helpfulness should prevail, instead of the law of ravine ... such sound and fair social conditions would bring to the community in which they were established and maintained, unexampled, and marvelous prosperity; and this prosperity and peace and happiness would promptly advertise themselves and set up an irresistible attraction. Such a society as this would be a magnet that would draw to itself, all the children of men. They would all want to be in it.
    Washington Gladden
  • In our truly remarkable an unexampled civil peace, where there are rarely fist fights; where no one is born, is gravely ill, or dies; where meat is eaten but no one sees an animal slaughtered; where scores of millions of cars, trains, elevators, and airplanes go their scheduled way and there is rarely a crash; where an immense production proceeds in orderly efficiency and the shelves are duly clears—and nevertheless none of this come to joy or tragic grief or any other final good—it is not surprising if there are explosions.
    Paul Goodman

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