I don't pretend, of course, to have anything like your talents; they are your own, and unapproached.
He glorified the Greeks as the "unapproached masters of the grand style."
All these alike are unapproached and unapproachable in their several kinds.
These few words unfold a remarkable history, unparalleled, and unapproached in romantic dignity.
The genius for government, unapproached by any other city, could not be suppressed by the worst ravages of the invader.
The quadrants and circles of Bird, Cary and Ramsden were unapproached abroad.
In point of diplomacy, he was the peer of any man on the continent, while in cunning unscrupulousness he was unapproached by any.
His look suggested one who has been drilled in dreadful arcanums of pain, unapproached by ordinary men.
But in that middle ground between the facts and speculation his supremacy is unapproached.
It is a salience complete, dominating, unapproached, but one which must infallibly diminish with time.