peerless

Part of speech: adverb

Peerlessly.

Part of speech: noun

Peerlessness.

Part of speech: adjective

Of unequaled excellence.

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Usage examples "peerless":

  1. " Thou sayest truth," said Sir Tristram; " for Sir Lancelot, as all men know, is peerless in courtesy and knighthood, and for the great love I bear to his name I will not willingly fight more with thee his kinsman." - "The Legends Of King Arthur And His Knights", James Knowles.
  2. Each believed the other matched with a bold bad man, who was always scheming something- they never quite understood what- against her own peerless lord; each on seeing the other, hoping that Heaven would defend the right and change the hearts of her enemies, or, at all events confound their politics; and each, with a sort of awful second- sight, when they viewed one another across the street, beholding her neighbour draped in a dark film of thunder- cloud, and with a sheaf of pale lightning, instead of a fan flickering in her hand. - "The House by the Church-Yard", J. Sheridan Le Fanu.
  3. The number of pieces entering into the composition of the Peerless was six thousand. - "Toronto of Old", Henry Scadding.