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peerless

[peer-lis] /ˈpɪər lɪs/
adjective
1.
having no equal; matchless; unrivaled.
Origin
1275-1325
1275-1325; Middle English pereles. See peer1, -less
Related forms
peerlessly, adverb
peerlessness, noun
Synonyms
unmatched, unequaled; unique, unsurpassed.
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Examples for peerless
  • Finding vaccines for these diseases would be a peerless public good.
  • Illness and medication dulled her once peerless mind, and she sometimes grew confused and angry.
  • He had a peerless reputation as a horseman in his prior life.
  • But as the launch deliverer for kids'-movie series, the guy is peerless.
  • With the right producers, her creative chops are peerless.
  • The watercolors from those trips are among the finest ever known, peerless examples in a notoriously tricky medium.
  • The bag was dropped from the third floor of the peerless rotary lime load-out building.
British Dictionary definitions for peerless

peerless

/ˈpɪəlɪs/
adjective
1.
having no equals; matchless
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Word Origin and History for peerless
adj.

c.1300, from peer (n.) + -less.

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