Due to the unseasonably warm weather, they’d foregone sleeping in tents—which gave her an unparalleled view of the capital.
Sarah J. Maas -- Throne of Glass
Without question this modern American dictionary is one of the most surprisingly complex and profound documents ever to be created, for it embodies unparalleled etymological detail, reflecting not only superb lexicographic scholarship, but also the dreams and speech and imaginative talents of millions of people over thousands of years—for every person who has ever spoken or written in English has had a hand in its making….
Andrew Clements -- Frindle
Her letters to him include phrases like sacred resolve, proud accomplishments, and unparalleled in history.
Anthony Doerr -- All the Light We Cannot See
But she only knew that the savor of it gave her an unparalleled sense of delight, a luscious and reckless and great-hearted warmth that spread downward to her toes, validating all quaint and ancient maxims as to the healing properties of wine.
William Styron -- Sophie’s Choice
This unparalleled and villainous carriage, made us seriously consider what was to be done.
Daniel Defoe -- Robinson Crusoe
In the experience of this investigator, his story is unparalleled in the history of shipwrecks.
Yann Martel -- Life of Pi
This same person, with almost incredible patience and perseverance, had contrived to provide himself with tools requisite for so unparalleled an attempt.
Alexandre Dumas -- The Count of Monte Cristo
This procrastinator Kutuzov, whose motto was "Patience and Time," this enemy of decisive action, gave battle at Borodino, investing the preparations for it with unparalleled solemnity.
Leo Tolstoy -- War and Peace
He is so gentle, yet so wise; his mind is so cultivated, and when he speaks, although his words are culled with the choicest art, yet they flow with rapidity and unparalleled eloquence.
Mary Shelley -- Frankenstein
Directly this extraordinary growth encountered water it straightway became gigantic and of unparalleled fecundity.
H.G. Wells -- The War of the Worlds
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They cannot use it consciously, aside from their fire, but when the gift touches them, their strength is unparalleled…… You look troubled, Eragon.
Christopher Paolini -- Eldest
Baggia’s untainted record of service, combined with unparalleled language skills and the ability to communicate the essence of spirituality, had made him the clear favorite.
Dan Brown -- Angels & Demons
"How can it be otherwise, my dear Bonacieux?" replied d’Artagnan; "trust me, I am fully grateful for such unparalleled conduct, and if, as I told you, I can be of any service to you—"
Alexandre Dumas -- The Three Musketeers
Again, she bade me fling myself into the cavern of Cabra—an unparalleled and awful peril—and bring her a minute account of all that is concealed in those gloomy depths.
Miguel de Cervantes -- Don Quixote
An unparalleled feat of architectural ingenuity for the 1850s.
Dan Brown -- The Lost Symbol
It was asserted that these escapes were organised by a band of Englishmen, whose daring seemed to be unparalleled, and who, from sheer desire to meddle in what did not concern them, spent their spare time in snatching away lawful victims destined for Madame la Guillotine.
Baroness Orczy -- The Scarlet Pimpernel
BLOOM: (Feeling his occiput dubiously with the unparalleled embarrassment of a harassed pedlar gauging the symmetry of her peeled pears) Somebody would be dreadfully jealous if she knew.
James Joyce -- Ulysses
Your generous devotion to me is unparalleled, Jude!
Thomas Hardy -- Jude the Obscure
If I were to meet that most unparalleled despot in the streets to-morrow, I would fell him like a rotten tree!
Charles Dickens -- Bleak House
The case is unparalleled in the annals of this court, and this court thinks—
Stephen Crane -- Maggie: A Girl of the Streets
For the jockey, the saddle was a place of unparalleled exhilaration, of transcendence.
Laura Hillenbrand -- Seabiscuit
His horrible, unparalleled and repulsive ugliness put him without the pale of humanity; and it often seemed to me that, for this reason, he no longer believed that he had any duty toward the human race.
Gaston Leroux -- The Phantom of the Opera
He’s got a brilliant mind and unparalleled senses.
Stephenie Meyer -- Twilight
An unparalleled crisis faced them; there was no time to lose in determining their next moves.
Robert Ludlum -- The Bourne Supremacy
The forms of skeletons appeared in the air, shaped with blue fire for bones—dancing, leaping, striding, racing around, and mingling altogether in unparalleled confusion.
Thomas Hardy -- Far from the Madding Crowd
Niedermann had fearsome strength and a physique that was almost unparalleled.
Stieg Larsson -- The Girl Who Played with Fire
There was no time to meet outside the limits of the District of Columbia; the crisis was unparalleled.
Robert Ludlum -- The Bourne Identity
No extras, no vacations, and diet unparalleled.
Charles Dickens -- Nicholas Nickleby
Though his hard New England conscience and his remarkable talents drove him steadily along a road of unparalleled success, he had from the beginning an almost morbid sense of constant failure.
John F. Kennedy -- Profiles in Courage
This was an unparalleled situation in the country’s history: in the South African parliamentary system, the leader of the majority party becomes the head of state.
Nelson Mandela -- Long Walk to Freedom
The rest telephoned their unparalleled regrets and engagements and illnesses, and announced that they would be present at all other meetings through eternity.
Sinclair Lewis -- Main Street
Only an unparalleled impoverishment of symbolism could enable us to rediscover the gods as psychic factors, that is, as archetypes of the unconscious…… Heaven has become for us the cosmic space of the physicists, and the divine empyrean a fair memory of things that once were.
Joseph Campbell -- The Hero With a Thousand Faces
It was this kind of willful, wildly romantic attention to beauty—crumbling and fading beauty needing constant attention—that made this city so unlike any other and such an unparalleled sort of environment for a builder.
Dave Eggers -- Zeitoun
Upon my return, being hardened by along race of crime, and success unparalleled, at least in the reach of my own knowledge, I had, as I have said, no thoughts of laying down a trade which, if I was to judge by the example of other, must, however, end at last in misery and sorrow.
Daniel Defoe -- Moll Flanders
Not that he was so bitter as Thwackum; for he always expressed some hopes of Tom’s reformation; "which," he said, "the unparalleled goodness shown by his uncle on this occasion, must certainly effect in one not absolutely abandoned:" but concluded, "if Mr Jones ever offends hereafter, I shall not be able to say a syllable in his favour."
Henry Fielding -- Tom Jones
The peculiarity of Wildeve was that, while at one time passionate, upbraiding, and resentful towards a woman, at another he would treat her with such unparalleled grace as to make previous neglect appear as no discourtesy, injury as no insult, interference as a delicate attention, and the ruin of her honour as excess of chivalry.
Thomas Hardy -- The Return of the Native
Yet, as the night wore on, and white lights parted the curtains, and even now and then some bird chirped in the garden, gathering a desperate courage she would urge her own exemption from the universal law; plead for it; she liked to be alone; she liked to be herself; she was not made for that; and so have to meet a serious stare from eyes of unparalleled depth, and confront Mrs. Ramsay’s simple certainty (and she was childlike now) that her dear Lily, her little Brisk, was a fool.
Virginia Woolf -- To the Lighthouse
…church before I had been able to look long enough upon her, reminding myself that for years past I had regarded the sight of her as a thing eminently to be desired, and I kept my eyes fixed on her, as though by gazing at her I should be able to carry away and incorporate, to store up, for later reference, in myself the memory of that prominent nose, those red cheeks, of all those details which struck me as so much precious, authentic, unparalleled information with regard to her face.
Marcel Proust -- Swann’s Way
When I add that we have an unparalleled number of miles of paved streets, bathrooms vacuum cleaners, and all the other signs of civilization; that our library and art museum are well supported and housed in convenient and roomy buildings; that our park-system is more than up to par, with its handsome driveways adorned with grass, shrubs, and statuary, then I give but a hint of the all round unlimited greatness of Zenith!
Sinclair Lewis -- Babbitt
This chair provided an unparalleled vantage point.
Alice Sebold -- Lucky
It would have been an unparalleled proof of the validity of Matching.
Ally Condie -- Matched
To the uttermost regions of the globe have not the indignant winds bruited its unparalleled infamy?
Edgar Allan Poe -- William Wilson
He understands in an instant that the man who finds Lincoln’s killer will know unparalleled wealth and fame.
Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard -- Killing Lincoln
That kind of character and commitment was typical of Coach Meyer, but he also had a work ethic and drive that were unparalleled.
Tim Tebow -- Through My Eyes
Attending lovers of the heroic sports were assured they would certainly be gratified by an Orestean struggle unparalleled in Antioch.
Lew Wallace -- Ben Hur
The variety, the sense of possibility, and the watchfulness that such an environment creates have given to us many honors unparalleled in the world.
Mark Helprin -- A Soldier of the Great War
Fortunately the wind, which for the present blows with some violence, has allowed us to escape from the scene of the unparalleled and extraordinary struggle.
Jules Verne -- A Journey to the Center of the Earth
It was unparalleled, undreamed-of, that I, Humphrey Van Weyden, a scholar and a dilettante, if you please, in things artistic and literary, should be lying here on a Bering Sea seal-hunting schooner.
Jack London -- Sea Wolf
And it was all so different, so totally and blissfully different from that glance at his boots—it was a stroke of good fortune, a turn for the better, indeed for the best, an unparalleled event almost beyond comprehension.
Thomas Mann -- The Magic Mountain
Kells was the evil genius to create an unparalleled scheme of crime; this wild and remote border, with its inaccessible fastness for hiding-places, was the place; all that was wanting was the time, which evidently had arrived.