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peerless (adjective), more peerless, most peerless
1. Eminent beyond or above comparison: Professor Karl Monroe is a peerless anthropologist who is not only a professor at a university, but also, a scholar who travels to Africa very often to learn more about the cultures of the various native groups who live there.
2. So good as to have no equal: Monroe was a peerless athlete at his university which made it easy for him to become a professional football player.
3. Etymology: from Latin parare, "to make equal"; from par, "equal"
Matchless, superb, or unrivaled.
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Superb, matchless, unrivaled, and having no equal in skill or talent. (1)