- s eminent beyond or above comparison
wrote with unmatchable clarity
- Capa's work is grittier and more spontaneous, his D-Day shots unmatchable.
- My fear with a remake of Skins is that while there are unmatchable expectations, what makes the show great to me is when it dials back on the scandal and zeroes in on characters in .
- In the end, Teddy won because he staged a campaign unmatched and unmatchable in its energy, enterprise and sheer intensity of purpose.
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- Friday, July 26, 2013 6:00 am
Even more than sweet strawberries and cool watermelons, we Northlanders look forward to the first tomatoes of the season more than almost any other fruit or vegetable. Perhaps only sweet corn can hold a candle to the draw of the sweet, tart, unmatchable flavor of a home-grown tomato.
July 26, 2013 - Grand Rapids Herald-Review
- Abdul Qadir in AFP
Tendulkar is unmatchable,said Qadir, himself touted as a magician of spin. "The way he batted on that tour of Pakistan and hit quite a few sixes off me proved that he will have a great career."
- Herman Melville in Examiner.com
In White-Jacket, Herman Melville wrote, "But if you want the best idea of Cape Horn, get my friend Dana's unmatchable Two Years Before the Mast. But you can read, and so you must have read it. His chapters describing Cape Horn must have been written...
- Fernando Hierro in International Herald Tribune
Raul is an unmatchable myth, but it may take us 10 years to realize what we had in him,Spanish soccer federation sporting director Fernando Hierro told Spanish daily Marca on Friday.