beyond compare

WITHOUT EQUAL, second to none, in a class of one's own; peerless, matchless, unmatched, incomparable, inimitable, supreme, outstanding, consummate, unique, singular, perfect.

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beyond/without/compare mainly literary phrase
used for emphasizing the very good qualities of a person or thing

Her beauty was beyond compare.

Thesaurus: ways of emphasizing how good something issynonym
Main entry: compare

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beyond (or without) compare
of a quality or nature surpassing all others of the same kind

a diamond beyond compare

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beyond compare (also without compare)
: better or greater than any other : having no equal

The singer's voice is beyond compare.

beauty beyond compare

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Main Entry:compare

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beyond/without comˈpare idiom
(literary) better than anything else of the same kind

a diamond beyond compare

Our professional service promises you a wedding without compare.

Main entry:compareidiom

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • Beyond compare — Compare Com*pare , n. 1. Comparison. [Archaic] [1913 Webster] His mighty champion, strong beyond compare. Milton. [1913 Webster] Their small galleys may not hold compare With our tall ships. Waller. [1913 Webster] 2. Illustration by comparison;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • beyond compare — index absolute (ideal), best, leading (ranking first), paramount, prime (most valuable) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • beyond compare — their peach cobbler is beyond compare Syn: without equal, second to none, in a class of one s own; peerless, matchless, unmatched, incomparable, inimitable, supreme, outstanding, consummate, unique, singular, perfect …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • beyond compare — ► beyond (or without) compare surpassing all others of the same kind. Main Entry: ↑compare …   English terms dictionary

  • beyond compare — Synonyms and related words: a outrance, absolutely, all out, beyond all bounds, beyond comparison, beyond measure, completely, dead, downright, easily first, essentially, extremely, facile princeps, flat out, fundamentally, immeasurably, immortal …   Moby Thesaurus

  • beyond compare — there is none other like him, there is nothing similar to him, he is one of a kind …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Compare — Com*pare , n. 1. Comparison. [Archaic] [1913 Webster] His mighty champion, strong beyond compare. Milton. [1913 Webster] Their small galleys may not hold compare With our tall ships. Waller. [1913 Webster] 2. Illustration by comparison; simile.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • compare — [kəm per′] vt. compared, comparing [ME comparen < OFr comparer < L comparare < com , with + parare, to make equal < par: see PAR1] 1. to regard as similar; liken (to) [to compare life to a river] 2. to examine in order to observe or… …   English World dictionary

  • compare — 1 verb 1 SIMILAR/DIFFERENT (T) to consider two or more things, people, ideas etc, in order to show how they are similar to or different from each other: The report compares the different types of home computer currently available. | compare sth… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • compare — com|pare1 W1S1 [kəmˈpeə US ˈper] v [Date: 1400 1500; : French; Origin: comparer, from Latin comparare, from compar like , from com ( COM ) + par equal ] 1.) [T] to examine or judge two or more things in order to show how they are similar to or… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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