Similar words: imaginary, imagination, imaginatively, definable, attainable, abominable, sustainable, unattainable. Meaning: adj. totally unlikely.
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1 The scale of the fighting is almost unimaginable.
2 Such speed of travel was unimaginable before the railway age.
3 The children here have lived through unimaginable horrors.
4 The suffering inflicted on these children was unimaginable.
5 We all believed it unimaginable that he had lived alone on a deserted island for so long.
6 This level of success would have been unimaginable just last year.
7 He possessed vast,(www.Sentencedict.com) almost unimaginable talent and ambition.
8 The two made unimaginable amounts of money.
9 He laughed to near crying over unimaginable details.
10 Because he went further than most into that unimaginable world of extreme pain and violence.
11 The gargantuan effort was conducted under almost unimaginable conditions of hardship and coercion.
12 It is not simply that Spiegelman reduces unimaginable statistics and intolerable realities to concrete and manageable proportions.
13 The agony was unimaginable; she had never thought that there could be such pain in the world.
14 "It seems unimaginable," Sontag wrote, "to aestheticize" cancer.
15 It would have resulted in an unimaginable hunger catastrophe.
16 Misgiving mixing unimaginable gladness made me feel dizzy.
17 Most of us, however, take life for granted. We know that one day we must die, but usually we picture that day as far in the future. When we are in buoyant health, death is all but unimaginable. We seldom think of it. The days stretch out in an endless vista. So we go about our petty tasks, hardly aware of our listless attitude toward life.
18 For a federal judge to take her seriously was unimaginable.
19 Even a few years earlier, the prospect of radical change in the Roman Catholic Church was virtually unimaginable.
20 He was aware of dangers, but compelled by the promise of unimaginable rewards.
21 But this pop business is not all eight-figure deals and unimaginable riches.
22 The rescue project which the legislature approved in 1933 not only was bold, it was almost unimaginable.
23 Tallis was on her own for the first time in her eight years or so in this unimaginable land.
24 To their preferred feeding-grounds they are a long arrow shot from unimaginable nowhere.
25 When the tax cut was going through Congress, the figures seemed too unimaginable to really resonate.
26 And even though the little fellow stood stock still, his shadow heaved and twisted as some living creature writhing in unimaginable torment.
27 He thought he was on the threshold of some awful enlightenment, an initiation of unimaginable pain.
28 In addition, a rapidly growing domestic satellite system may eventually permit domestic eavesdropping on a scale almost unimaginable.
29 So what do we do now, now that the unimaginable has happened?
30 After a while she gave up, and left him sitting there, staring blindly into an unimaginable future.
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