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unprecedented
used in The Trial of Socrates by Linder

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not having happened before; or nothing similar having happened before
  • He pushed ahead with an unprecedented building program designed not only to demonstrate the glory that was Greece, but also to ensure full employment and provide opportunities for wealth creation among the unpropertied class.

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