nonpareil[ non-puh-rel ]SEE DEFINITION OF nonpareil
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The phœnix,” she sighed, “the paragon, the nonpareil of the buttery.
You know it; in that yallow building over by Nonpareil Square.
The “Nonpareil” was then taken off, and they started a coach called the “Tally Ho!”
At that time there was a coach called the “Nonpareil,” running from Devonport to Bristol.
Two nonpareil columns had to be filled, and I was getting along.
It is generally allowed that the Nonpareil is originally from France.
It belongs to the Nonpareil family, and is valuable as a late winter apple.
These are made in lengths of one yard and in sizes of 6-point (nonpareil), 12-point (pica), and 18-point.
Sprinkle the top with nonpareil candies, and place in ice box.
One evening, the nonpareil of its race, especially “burned the mind.”