unsurpassed


unsurpassed

verb (used with object)

  1. to go beyond in amount, extent, or degree; be greater than; exceed.
  2. to go beyond in excellence or achievement; be superior to; excel: He surpassed his brother in sports.
  3. to be beyond the range or capacity of; transcend: misery that surpasses description.

adjective

  1. superior in achievement or excellence to any otherof an unsurpassed quality

verb (tr)

  1. to be greater than in degree, extent, etc
  2. to be superior to in achievement or excellence
  3. to overstep the limit or range ofthe theory surpasses my comprehension

adj.1775, from un- (1) “not” + past participle of surpass. v.1550s, from Middle French surpasser “go beyond, exceed, excel,” from Old French sur- “beyond” (see sur-) + passer “to go by” (see pass (v.)). Related: Surpassed; surpassing.

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