Adjective "unrivalled" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ʌnˈrʌɪv(ə)ld/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Better than everyone or everything of the same type.
  1. 'The NRU has a uniqueness which is unrivalled by any other research unit in Canada.'
  2. 'Reeves has gained unrivalled access to the extraordinary amount of paperwork generated by the Nixon White House.'
  3. 'The melding of image and sound is a potent mix, perhaps unrivalled anywhere else in graphic design.'
  4. 'Kruger offers a diversity of animals unrivalled anywhere else in South Africa.'
  5. 'He has an unrivalled record in Europe in recent years and is extremely experienced.'
  6. 'That gave him unrivalled knowledge of the party and how the trade union link works.'
  7. 'One of WHO's comparative advantages is its unrivalled reputation in setting global standards.'
  8. 'This will act as the catalyst for future careers and will be an unrivalled resource for Scotland's entrepreneurial companies.'
  9. 'He was with the Holcombe for 40 years - a record unrivalled by any other huntsman in the country.'
  10. 'You will also receive advanced vocational training and undergo unique experiences that are unrivaled in the civilian world.'

Definitions

1. having no rival or competitor; having no equal; incomparable; supreme: His work is unrivaled for the beauty of its prose.

More examples(as adjective)

"knowledges can be unrivalled on sides."

"views can be unrivalled in/at/on anywheres."

"places can be unrivalled in ranges."

"people can be unrivalled for holidays."

"industries can be unrivalled at things."

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Origin

(unrivaled)