adjective. ['ˌənsɝˈpæst'] not capable of being improved on.
- surpassed (English)
- un- (English)
- on- (Middle English (1100-1500))
Words that Rhyme with Unsurpassed
Example sentences of the word unsurpassed
1. Verb, past participle
The beauty of this type of addition is unsurpassed by any other covering that is available.
They are unsurpassed for fresh and dried arrangements.
Quotes containing the word unsurpassed
1. When I’m depressed, I read Caeiro — he’s my fresh air. I become very calm, content, faithful — yes, I find faith in God, and in the soul’s transcendent living smallness, after reading the poems by that ungodly anti-humanist who goes unsurpassed on earth.
- Álvaro de Campos