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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNMATCHABLE

Then he turned and watched the unmatchable beauty of an Earthly sunset.

You must not suppose, because of what I say, that he does not love me intensely; my love is unmatchable, that is all.

Here, too, would the unmatchable writer have gazed upon more than one "grand fragment, as good as an Elgin marble."

It was like you; like your good great heart, like your matchless and unmatchable self.

There is an unmatchable melody in the song of the hermit thrush found in that of no other bird.

He loved these semi-precious stones because of their unmatchable, translucent green—like the pulp of a grape.

That island of England breeds very valiant creatures; their mastiffs are of unmatchable courage.

Our unmatchable vocabulary of derisive names for foreigners reveals the national attitude.

WORD ORIGIN

"to join one to another" (originally especially in marriage), late 14c., from match (n.2). Meaning "to place (one) in conflict with (another)" is from c.1400. That of "to pair with a view to fitness" is from 1520s; that of "to be equal to" is from 1590s. Related: Matched; matching.

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