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  • adv. In an incomparable manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an incomparable manner; beyond comparison.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in an incomparable manner or to an incomparable degree


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  • Park, in his second journey, was informed, that "one month's travel south of Baedo, through the kingdom of Grotto, will bring the traveller to the country of the Christians, who have their houses on the banks of the _Ba Seafeena_ [268], which they describe as incomparably larger than the lake Dehebby (Dibbie)."

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  • A great bull head; undershot jaw, square and lengthy and terrible; vicious, yellow-gleaming eyes; cropped ears; and an expression incomparably savage.

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  • But he was still known as incomparably the strongest man in Peoria, and continued to perform the work of two men at the moulding-shop on casting days.

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  • In this the laws of association have been more comprehensively stated and more largely exemplified than by any previous writer; and the work, having been completed by the publication of “The Emotions and the Will,” may now be referred to as incomparably the most complete analytical exposition of the mental phenomena, on the basis of a legitimate Induction, which has yet been produced.

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  • Stevenson thought Daudet "incomparably" the best of the present French novelists and asserted that "Kings in Exile" comes "very near to being

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  • At one point Kassir veers off what one might expect from a dispassionate history by describing the city as having a 'unique and incomparably seductive quality'.

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  • The (Argentine) military situation is incomparably weaker.

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  • Moving house is rarely easy, and the strain of uprooting is incomparably greater for people who can barely move themselves.

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  • Whether an individual is looking to join a large or small organization, the not-for-profit sector, or pursue an entrepreneurial opportunity, the training in analytical skills and discipline demanded by an MBA incomparably prepares someone to make a contribution from the first day.

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  • Poland is a land of incomparably rich classical music traditions, and On The Heights highlighted them in great and dramatic detail.

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