unprecedented

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNPRECEDENTED

It was the sensation of an unprecedented and incredible experience.

All here is so unprecedented, so changed, so sudden and unfair, that I am absolutely lost.

Galusha had what was, for him, an amazing and unprecedented inspiration.

"Both sides fought with unprecedented frenzy," said a resident to us.

If so, he had performed an unprecedented feat in recalling it so aptly.

Then Allen would have been in a, perhaps, unprecedented position.

A revolution, unprecedented in the world's history, had already been achieved.

What would happen if these ships ran into an unprecedented situation?

My taking anything of the kind with me was a most unprecedented circumstance.

He was only preserved from his unprecedented dangers by their number.

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