Adjective "peerless" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈpɪələs/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Unequalled; unrivalled.
  1. 'Compellingly perfect, it's why this album's so peerless.'
  2. 'Yet her first two records still sound peerless.'
  3. 'He was a peerless expert on the region beyond the Mississippi, as well as a prominent scientist and ethnologist.'
  4. 'The members like their course manicured like no other; the members enjoy their almost peerless wine cellar; the members like paying only $100 per night to stay in the club grounds.'
  5. 'The wonderfully rounded performances on his early discs, when peerless technique was wedded to Apollonian refinement, now seem to belong to another age entirely.'
  6. 'And while other artists might explore similar ground, the particular glory of Paterson's work is its peerless perfection.'
  7. 'You can see instantly why he is peerless in British politics.'
  8. 'If you accept that the words ‘the greatest’ can only be used to mean completely peerless in their sport, then there are really only two candidates.'
  9. 'He doesn't think of himself as having a peerless reputation, he just thinks of himself as being a good runner.'
  10. 'It is this extraordinarily potent combination which gives his work its peerless quality, his stories are driven by words and a mythic past but are also rooted in modern experience and uncertainty.'

Definitions

1. having no equal; matchless; unrivaled.

More examples(as adjective)

"proses can be peerless in newspapers."

"manufacturings can be peerless."

"results can be peerless."

"nets can be peerless."

"tubes can be peerless."

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