unexampled


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having no previous example or precedent or parallel

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The general effect upon judicious observers, indeed, was not that he was treating for anything, but that he was using an unexampled opportunity to bellow and show off to an attentive world.
The glorious past, in which men and women grew to unexampled size, intruded too much upon the present, and dwarfed it too consistently, to be altogether encouraging to one forced to make her experiment in living when the great age was dead.
The sea might give her death or some unexampled joy, and none would know of it.
Sir Wingrave," he said, "I apologize most humbly for what I am about to say, but as the agent of your estates in this county and your--er--legal adviser with regard to them, I am forced to ask you whether you are quite determined upon this--most unexampled piece of generosity.
The usual "Sports" were to take place--such as running, jumping, "putting" the hammer, throwing cricket-balls, and the like--and the whole was to wind up with a Foot-Race of unexampled length and difficulty in the annals of human achievement between the two best men on either side.
They embraced the noble legs that were going to run the unexampled race.
Pardon this gush of sorrow; these ineffectual words are but a slight tribute to the unexampled worth of Henry, but they soothe my heart, overflowing with the anguish which his remembrance creates.
In our own country, where it has not, until within these later days, been a very popular fashion with governments to display any extraordinary regard for the great mass of the people or to recognise their existence as improvable creatures, private charities, unexampled in the history of the earth, have arisen, to do an incalculable amount of good among the destitute and afflicted.
These united restoratives, administered with great energy: especially that department consigned to Master Bates, who appeared to consider his share in the proceedings, a piece of unexampled pleasantry: were not long in producing the desired effect.
Two days before World War I was declared, he spoke in Trafalgar Square at a rally where a declaration was adopted, which concluded by stating: "Men and women of Britain, you now have an unexampled opportunity of showing your power, rendering magnificent service to humanity and to the world.
It seems astonishing, at this distance, that on August 2, 1914, two days before war was declared, he spoke in Trafalgar Square at a rally where a declaration was adopted, which concluded by stating: "Men and women of Britain, you now have an unexampled opportunity of showing your power, rendering magnificent service to humanity and to the world.
In his words, Publius exhibits, performs, proposes, and ultimately necessitates the rhetoric strategy for a "new and unexampled phenomenon" (130).
The American system works better, because, as Monroe says, it is a system "under which we have enjoyed unexampled felicity.
On March 15, 1813, our 24th day of marching, we entered Quebec City, greeted by an immense concourse of people who appeared to consider us quite the lions of the army after our unexampled march .
The subject of the research, strengthening relationships in movies is a new unexampled one.