Its great occasions are, for me at any rate, unequalled in the world of sport.
Its field of influence extended far beyond Mesopotamia into the south of Syria where it has left monuments of unequalled splendor.
But what says the unequalled chief—is the old woman, my wife, indeed dead?
In political skill he was an overmatch for Diocletian, and his military successes were unequalled since the triumph of Aurelian.
She recurred to her unequalled wrongs, and was proud and comforted.
A phenomenon in the history of man, unequalled in the annals of the world!
It was a morning of unequalled delight approaching to transport.
Damascus contains a Mohammedan mosque, called "the Synagogue of Damascus," a building of unequalled magnificence.
It may safely be said that as a conversationalist he was unequalled.
To its composite character English owes its unequalled richness in expression.