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A scholar, teacher, bestselling author and later accomplished businesswoman, Secretary Albright continued to advise presidents and members of Congress with matchless skill and diplomatic acumen.
Drugs can grant nearly matchless access to feeling free while simultaneously working, over time, to diminish the space in a life for practices of freedom.
Matchless English style, very funny in parts, wonderfully sardonic, yet sympathetic observation of the chaos of war.
His sons, particularly his two eldest sons, and a lot of his pupils knew that he was matchless.
She is timeless, her combination of poise, kindness, and intelligence are matchless.
He made many of a rich yellow colour, and others of red, the latter of which are matchless instruments.
His skill in presenting abstruse speculations is marvellous, and his outbursts of poetic genius are matchless in power and beauty.
She afterwards gave a fine display by the wind, and showed matchless form on a dead run.
Thus did he impress his own mind and character upon them, and shape their institutions with matchless wisdom.
A gold fillet, set with another matchless diamond, confined her hair, which fell loosely in wavy tresses round her shoulders.
On this page you'll find 60 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to matchless, such as: alone, consummate, excellent, exquisite, incomparable, and inimitable.
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