imaginable


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i·mag·i·na·ble

 (ĭ-măj′ə-nə-bəl)
adj.
Conceivable in the imagination: imaginable exploits.

i·mag′i·na·bil′i·ty n.
i·mag′i·na·bly adv.

im•ag•i•na•ble

(ɪˈmædʒ ə nə bəl)

adj.
capable of being imagined or conceived.
[1325–75; Middle English < Late Latin]
i•mag′i•na•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.imaginable - capable of being imagined; "that is one possible answer"
thinkable - capable of being conceived or imagined or considered

imaginable

imaginable

adjective
Capable of being anticipated, considered, or imagined:
Idioms: humanly possible, within the bounds of possibility.
Translations

imaginable

[ɪˈmædʒɪnəbl] ADJimaginable
the biggest party imaginablela fiesta más grande que se pueda imaginar

imaginable

[ɪˈmædʒɪnəbəl] adj
(used with every, no, any)imaginable
We've tried every imaginable solution → Nous avons essayé toutes les solutions imaginables.
a place of no imaginable strategic value → un endroit n'ayant aucun intérêt stratégique imaginable
(used with superlatives)qui soit
She had the prettiest hair imaginable → Elle avait les plus jolis cheveux qui soient.
He could not disguise that he had had the worst imaginable day for any minister → Il ne pouvait dissimuler qu'il venait de passer la plus mauvaise journée qui soit pour un ministre.

imaginable

adjvorstellbar, denkbar, erdenklich; the best excuse imaginabledie beste Ausrede, die man sich vorstellen kann; the easiest/fastest way imaginableder denkbar einfachste/schnellste Weg; parents encourage every activity imaginableEltern fördern alle erdenklichen Aktivitäten; this is of no imaginable valuedas hat keinen erdenklichen Wert

imaginable

[ɪˈmædʒ/ɛ7nəbl] adjimmaginabile, che si possa immaginare
References in classic literature ?
The first project was, to shorten discourse, by cutting polysyllables into one, and leaving out verbs and participles, because, in reality, all things imaginable are but norms.
He replied in the most natural and self-complacent style imaginable, "that he had been among his cousins, who were very poor; they had been delighted to see him; still more delighted with his good fortune; they had taken him to their arms; admired his equipments; one had begged for this; another for that"--in fine, what with the poor devil's inherent heedlessness, and the real generosity of his disposition, his needy cousins had succeeded in stripping him of all his clothes and accoutrements, excepting the fig leaf with which he had returned to camp.
I instantly enlarged on the danger of delay, putting all the considerations before her in every imaginable form.
The next step was to examine among the inhabitants of the parish; and this was referred to Mrs Wilkins, who was to enquire with all imaginable diligence, and to make her report in the afternoon.
As for his photographs, they were sold of all size, and his portrait taken in every imaginable posture.
And now the Finland woman placed little Gerda on the Reindeer's back, and off he ran with all imaginable speed.
These latter came out of a dozen rivers-- the Illinois, the Missouri, the Upper Mississippi, the Ohio, the Monongahela, the Tennessee, the Red River, the White River, and so on--and were bound every whither and stocked with every imaginable comfort or necessity, which the Mississippi's communities could want, from the frosty Falls of St.
I 'never told my love' vocally; still, if looks have language, the merest idiot might have guessed I was over head and ears: she understood me at last, and looked a return - the sweetest of all imaginable looks.
One day two impostors arrived who gave themselves out as weavers, and said that they knew how to manufacture the most beautiful cloth imaginable.
He added another history of a famous Abyssinian monk, who killed a devil two hundred feet high, and only four feet thick, that ravaged all the country; the peasants had a great desire to throw the dead carcase from the top of a rock, but could not with all their force remove it from the place, but the monk drew it after him with all imaginable ease and pushed it down.
It is needless to say that Passepartout watched these curious ceremonies with staring eyes and gaping mouth, and that his countenance was that of the greenest booby imaginable.
But Elizabeth had now recollected herself, and making a strong effort for it, was able to assure with tolerable firmness that the prospect of their relationship was highly grateful to her, and that she wished her all imaginable happiness.