matchless

[mach-lis]
adjective
having no equal; peerless; unequaled; incomparable: matchless courage.

Origin:
1520–30; match2 + -less

matchlessly, adverb
matchlessness, noun
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matchless (ˈmætʃlɪs)
 
adj
unequalled; incomparable; peerless
 
'matchlessly
 
adv
 
'matchlessness
 
n

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matchless
"peerless," 1520s, from match (1) + -less.
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Example sentences
Each of these human embryos is a unique human life with inherent dignity and
  matchless value.
Each of these human embryos is a unique human life, with inherent dignity and
  matchless value.
These fighting scenes are wrought with great artistry and matchless photography.
We recognize that every individual has dignity and matchless value.
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