Without parallel, equal, or match; unequaled.(adjective)
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Use "unparalleled" in a sentence
"Foreigners have always criticized the American for his pursuit of the almighty dollar, but have seldom gone on to note that he has in unparalleled degree returned the fruits of his labors to society."
"The Gist: Winning a national title ushered in unparalleled credibility for the Gators, and in some respects the greatest tension they faced recruiting the senior class was which guys to take and which to turn down."
"I don't have to repeat the well-known facts concerning the trade that flows in unparalleled volume both ways across that border."