Unprecedented

Definitions of "Unprecedented"

Having no previous example. adjective

Having no precedent or example; unexampled.

Having no precedent or example; not preceded by a like case; not having the authority of prior example; novel; new; unexampled. adjective

Never before seen or done, without precedent. adjective

Having no precedent; novel adjective

The word "Unprecedented" in example sentences

The Seismological Society of America wrote to Italy's president expressing concern about what it called an unprecedented legal attack on science. Manslaughter trial opens against experts for Italy quake

The word "unprecedented" really does not adequately describe the Fed's intervention to rescue financial institutions. L. Randall Wray: Let's Make a Deal: The Bail-Out of Wall Street in Unusual and Exigent Circumstances

The word "unprecedented" really does not adequately describe the Fed's intervention to rescue financial institutions. L. Randall Wray: Let's Make a Deal: The Bail-Out of Wall Street in Unusual and Exigent Circumstances

Their group is seeking legislation to allow for what they called an unprecedented organization to participate in the Egyptian political process. Egyptian Youth Leaders Plan New Tactics

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers praised the administration for winning what he called "unprecedented" international cooperation in going after Libya. GOP's 2012 Hopefuls Fault Obama's Stance

The word "unprecedented" really does not adequately describe the Fed's intervention to rescue financial institutions. L. Randall Wray: Let's Make a Deal: The Bail-Out of Wall Street in Unusual and Exigent Circumstances

The Seismological Society of America wrote to Italy's president expressing concern about what it called an unprecedented legal attack on science. Manslaughter trial opens against experts for Italy quake

The word "unprecedented" really does not adequately describe the Fed's intervention to rescue financial institutions. L. Randall Wray: Let's Make a Deal: The Bail-Out of Wall Street in Unusual and Exigent Circumstances

The word "unprecedented" really does not adequately describe the Fed's intervention to rescue financial institutions. L. Randall Wray: Let's Make a Deal: The Bail-Out of Wall Street in Unusual and Exigent Circumstances

Al-Jazeera also said its journalists' equipment had been stolen and destroyed during more than a week of unrest and it had faced what it called unprecedented levels of interference in its broadcast signal across the Arab world. Journalists Rounded Up By Egyptian Army

Robert Dudley to leave Russia under what he described as unprecedented pressure from authorities. Russia Chapter Ends for ConocoPhillips

Robert Dudley to leave Russia under what he described as unprecedented pressure from authorities. Conoco Will Sell Full Lukoil Stake

Afterward, Clinton said Israel is making what she called unprecedented concessions on settlements. CNN Transcript Nov 1, 2009

SAYAH: Despite the deadly attacks, analysts and military officials say the Pakistani government must take advantage of what they call unprecedented support to go after the militants. CNN Transcript May 29, 2009

More than four months after the election, former vice presidential candidate, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, taking on what she calls the unprecedented level of media slant. CNN Transcript Mar 26, 2009

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