Having no rival or equal; incomparable.(adjective)
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Use "unrivaled" in a sentence
"It is matter of fact to-day, as when General Hamilton, announcing his death to the army, said, "The voice of praise would in vain endeavor to exalt a name unrivaled in the lists of true glory.""
"But the battle to clean up the sprawling cityscape has become intertwined with a deeper social conflict between Brazil's haves and have-nots, where the angry and disenfranchised lash out in a form of expression unrivaled in other cities."
"Quadrangle's private-equity fund paid about $250 million for Alpha Media in August 2007, lauding the company as an "unrivaled" play for reaching 18 - to 34-year-old males."