Unimitable

Un`im´i`ta`ble


a.1.Inimitable.
References in periodicals archive ?
Ian Frederick Moulton, "Fat Knight, or What You Will: Unimitable Falstaff," A Companion to Shakespeare's Works Volume III: The Comedies, ed.
From Elvis to Elgar, and Greensleeves to Gaga, they play each and every style of music in an unimitable style.
The women were photographed in a relaxed and breezy, yet an unimitable high fashion style dressed in designer garbs ranging from Rohit Bal, Raghuvendra Rathore, Valaya and Gauri- Nainika.
its unabashed dalliance with Villiers' beauty in such lines as "Never was any humane plant that grew / More faire then this and acceptably new" (39-40) or "And his unimitable handsomenesse / Made him indeed be more then man, not less" (45-46) or "lovely and admirable as he was" (51).
Shakespeare's Comic Geographies"; Lloyd Davis, "Rhetoric and Comic Personation in Shakespeare's Comedies"; Ian Frederick Moulton, "Fat Knight, or What You Will: Unimitable Falstaff"; Barbara Hodgdon, "Wooing and Winning (Or Not): Film/Shakespeare/Comedy and the Syntax of Genre"; Jeffrey Masten, "The Two Gentlemen of Verona"; Pamela Allen Brown, "'Fie, what a foolish duty call you this?