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Lewis : incomparabilis

incomparabilis, incompărābĭlis, e, adj., that cannot be equalled, incomparable (post-Aug.): sublimitas, Plin. 7, 25, 26, § 94: magister, Quint. 1, 2, 11; freq. in epitaphs: MARITO, CONIVGI, etc., Inscr. Grut. 486, 7; 432, 8.—Comp.: divinitatis gloria, Ambros. de Isaac et An. 8, 78; cf. in sup.: ALVMNO KARISSIMO ET INCOMPARABILISSIMO, Inscr. ap. Fabr. p. 147 no. 183.—Adv.: incompărābĭlĭter, incomparably, Aug. Civ. Dei, 21, 9; id. ap. Hier. Ep. 67, 7.