Unprecedented in a sentence

Use Unprecedented in a sentence

Unprecedented meaning and collocations;

Meaning: [adjective] never having happened before;

The World War II was an event that is unprecedented in recent history.

Federal government agencies are facing unprecedented budget pressures.

Between 1257 and 1260, an unprecedented series of natural disasters, earthquakes, epidemics, famines, and typhoons ripped through central Japan.

Renewable energy projects have received unprecedented support.

This century has seen unprecedented global trouble, which is threatening all the humankind.

Germany is witnessing an unprecedented surge of asylum seekers this year.

This is a new and unprecedented development for such an old civilization.

This unprecedented drought continues with no signs yet of letting up, said Brown.

This pioneering technology ensures unprecedented comfort and handling stability.

In the past century our human family has lived through three massive and unprecedented tragedies.