How to use Unmatchable in a sentence as an adjective

I don't mind js, but please let me know what flexibility js provides that is unmatchable.

I can't say how true that actually is, but it would stand to reason that in markets where the iPhone was never all that huge the customers would not be all that sold on the mystique of the One True Phone and its unmatchable design, and would quite like Apple to meet them halfway on appearance as well as price.

Later it was doing similar movements to before but shooting out in a spiral at a rate unmatchable with the space bar. Thanks for building this!Edit: A hide-able chat msg system would be cool.

The track pad and the keys are unmatchable IMO.

I've been a pythonist before getting into js about 4 months ago, i still love python but the flexibility js provides is unmatchable.

Though its auto sync is unmatchable and so is text search.

Rackspace is slowly eating AWS up. Their customer service is unmatchable.

-- many of whose features are unmatchable in other languages.

It would be complex to estimate the number of users on Facebook who are in the voter record but unmatchable, and it is not clear whether treatment effects would be of the same magnitude for these individuals, so we restrict our estimate to the matched group that we were able to sample and observe.

Honest question, if you think someone is unmatchable based on their expectations not matching up with what they offer.

Will you let them know and refuse their business, or will you just throw other unmatchable people at them and keep taking their money.

In that reality, it's hard to talk about working within the system of existing rules because the rules were placed by unmatchable lobbying.

We no longer learn primarily from each other, we learn by imitating the more powerful, yet unmatchable, AIs.

Basically these unmatchable types are potentially ambiguous under certain operations, so it indicates to the type system limits to the transformations which can be done.

Unmatchable definitions

adjective

eminent beyond or above comparison; "matchless beauty"; "the team's nonpareil center fielder"; "she's one girl in a million"; "the one and only Muhammad Ali"; "a peerless scholar"; "infamy unmatched in the Western world"; "wrote with unmatchable clarity"; "unrivaled mastery of her art"

See also: matchless nonpareil peerless unmatched unrivaled unrivalled