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i·mag·i·na·tive

 (ĭ-măj′ə-nə-tĭv, -nā′tĭv)
adj.
1. Having a lively imagination, especially a creative imagination.
2. Created by, indicative of, or characterized by imagination or creativity.
3. Tending to indulge in the fanciful or in make-believe.
4. Having no truth; false.

i·mag′i·na·tive·ly adv.
i·mag′i·na·tive·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.imaginatively - with imagination; "the room was decorated very imaginatively"
unimaginatively - without imagination; "the stage sets were designed rather unimaginatively"
Translations

imaginatively

[ɪˈmædʒɪnətɪvlɪ] ADVcon imaginación

imaginatively

[ɪˈmædʒɪnətɪvli] advd'une manière imaginative

imaginatively

[ɪˈmædʒ/ɛ7nətɪvlɪ] advcon fantasia or immaginazione
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it ought to be put imaginatively, but I have no imagination--May
Suppose all'ee same fine weather, one piecie coolie-man come topside," he pursued, warming up imaginatively.
There are better artists in France, but France has no one whose view of life is so large, so varied, so imaginatively true.
No one quicker than Rosamond to see causes and effects which lay within the track of her own tastes and interests: she had seen clearly Lydgate's preeminence in Middlemarch society, and could go on imaginatively tracing still more agreeable social effects when his talent should have advanced him; but for her, his professional and scientific ambition had no other relation to these desirable effects than if they had been the fortunate discovery of an ill-smelling oil.
Keats is one of the supreme masters of poetic expression, expression the most beautiful, apt, vivid, condensed, and imaginatively suggestive.
Typically Grubb chewed something, but Bert could chew only imaginatively.
To help seal in the reader's mind the main stages and likely experiences of childhood in medieval London, Hanawalt imaginatively reconstructs the particula lives of the above mentioned children in a manner reminiscent of Eileen Powers, in Medieval People.
Imaginatively written by Debbie Herman and nicely illustrated by Sheila Bailey for young readers ages 4 to 8, Carla's Sandwich has a subtle message about the joy of being different woven into an original story of a little girl who brings weird sandwiches to her school and how her classmates respond to her oddly original sandwiches.
However, they also imaginatively incorporate other architects' work (for instance Libeskind, Grassi, Ungers, Stirling) and paintings from Kleihues' private collection by Baselitz, Lupertz and Lewandowsky.
And Chung's imaginatively hallucinogenic ``Matriculated'' gives us a sense of what things might look like from the viewpoint of a warbot humans have tried to reprogram.
Scherzer imaginatively charts these networks by tracing who attended one another's baptisms and weddings; he finds that witnesses were as likely to reside far away as next door or on the same street.
Imaginatively conceived, gloriously photographed and beautifully written - the magazine goes beneath the surface to make its readers understand why architecture is important.