incomparable

Part of speech: adverb

Incomparably.

Part of speech: noun

INCOMPARABLENESS.

Part of speech: adjective

Not admitting of comparison; peerless.

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Usage examples "incomparable":

  1. Philips has caught, I say, Milton's trick; his real secret he could never divine, for where Milton is best, he is incomparable. - "The Function Of The Poet And Other Essays", James Russell Lowell.
  2. Do not fail to get this view, for it is the Colin Hunter view, as nearly as you can get it, and you will appreciate the artistic sense of the great painter who chose this incomparable view in preference to the Falls themselves for a reproduction of the very best at Niagara. - "The Niagara River", Archer Butler Hulbert.
  3. No other boasts its incomparable profile, few the extraordinary vicissitudes of its history. - "Promenades of an Impressionist", James Huneker.