Being such as to have no match; incomparable.(adjective)
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Use "peerless" in a sentence
"I call her peerless because she has no peer, whether it be in bodily stature or in the supremacy of rank and beauty."
"Dinas, ye shall understand that Sir Tristram is called peerless and makeless of any Christian knight, and of his might and hardiness we knew none so good a knight, but if it be Sir Launcelot du Lake."
"Tristram, Sir Launcelot is called peerless of courtesy and of knighthood; and for his sake, said Sir Tristram, I will not with my good will fight no more with you, for the great love I have to Sir"