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unprecedented
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The Fountainhead
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  • Francon took him out to lunch—an unprecedented honor for an employee.
  • As she pointed out frequently, she was a lady and had graduated from high school; yet she had worked hard, had taken boarders into their home, a concession unprecedented in her family.
  • Francon’s sullen mood led him to the unprecedented breach of snapping over nothing in particular at the one person who had always been immune from it—Peter Keating.
  • I did ignore Mr. Wynand’s orders in a matter of policy, perhaps an unprecedented action for a managing editor to take.

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  • Human impact on the environment is increasing at an unprecedented rate.
  • The targeting of civilians is unprecedented in the conflict.

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