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  • adverb In a way that cannot be matched.


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  • It's calm and prosaic quality was a good contrast to Obama, and the detailed revelation of his pow experience, and its effect on his outlook, was unmatchably powerful.

    Look at the movement on Gallup's "strong and decisive leader" graph. Ann Althouse 2008

  • Venturing into other natural fibers, Kollage also makes Creamy - an 80% milk/20% cotton yarn in seven unmatchably smooth colors, perfect for detailed or lace pieces.

    Yearn-Worthy Yarns: Kollage 2008

  • The unmatchably wonderful smell of coffee and bacon wafting through my open door or the barely stifled giggling coming from the other side of my bed.

    Step on a Crack Patterson, James, 1947- 2007

  • There's something unmatchably satisfying about a good short story.

    The Metrognome and other Stories Foster, Alan Dean, 1946- 1990

  • There's something unmatchably satisfying about a good short story.

    The Metrognome and Other Stories Foster, Alan Dean, 1946- 1990

  • "As a child, she was eerily beautiful - she never had a child's face, and as a woman, she was unmatchably beautiful," he said.

    The Seattle Times 2011

  • We didn't get too very far before it was time for the gala dinner, in an unmatchably beautiful setting - the Dining Hall at Keble College.

    Irish Blogs [nɚdʃik] 2010

  • When Wirth, Udall, Gore and the rest of the global warming crowd become true advocates of super-safe, non-carbon-emitting, unmatchably reliable nuclear power, I'll stop dismissing them as liars very likely covering a hidden agenda.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local <B>By John Dendahl</B> 2009

  • The retro-looking throwbacks (think Radar from M*A*S*H) have excellent hifi sound and absolutely unmatchably high levels of comfort.

    Netvouz - new bookmarks 2009

  • Everything this band's legend is built upon is more evident here; the massive wall of sound formed by an unmatchably heavy and driving percussion (Bonham's furious drumming does actually sound like a crashing led zeppelin), the perfect sense of arrangement and equally stuning bass lines of John Paul Jones, the distortioned and messy multiple guitar strike by the Les Paul genious Jimmy Page, and over all this, rock n 'roll's definitive vocalist and frontman of Led Zeppelin, Robert Plant with his high-pitched cryings at their very best.

    Latest reviews @, the ultimate progressive rock music website 2009


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