inimitably


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in·im·i·ta·ble

 (ĭ-nĭm′ĭ-tə-bəl)
adj.
Defying imitation; matchless.

[Middle English, from Latin inimitābilis : in-, not; see in-1 + imitābilis, imitable (from imitārī, to imitate; see aim- in Indo-European roots).]

in·im′i·ta·bil′i·ty, in·im′i·ta·ble·ness n.
in·im′i·ta·bly adv.
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Adv.1.inimitably - in an unreproducible manner; "he has an inimitably verbose style"
Translations

inimitably

[ɪˈnɪmɪtəblɪ] ADVinimitablemente

inimitably

[ɪˈnɪmɪtəblɪ] advin modo inimitabile
References in classic literature ?
He told it inimitably, but it was the story of a failure.
The world of motor-cars and rural Deans receded inimitably.
He recalled with pleasure the amusing way in which her nose, long like all the Otway noses, seemed to extend itself into the flute, as if she were some inimitably graceful species of musical mole.
Again I changed my dress, again I sat in the window, and again I laughed very heartily at the funny stories of which my employer had an immense répertoire, and which he told inimitably.
The grips are cast aluminum bearing burnished stars drawn straight from Betsy Ross's inimitably beautiful banner.
When AI can deliver completely new findings that are outside the purview of our hypothesis, it will inimitably rethink banking; as Tesla has reinvented cars or Netflix has rethought television.
In the Trojan princess Ilia's aria Se il padre perdei - sung by the warmly expressive Sophie Bevan - Mozart accompanies her with his inimitably beautiful wind band music, lovingly conveyed by the CBSO players.
As a Thai hospitality management and holding company it places a strong emphasis on providing Thai-influenced hospitality and its inimitably warm and gracious service style, across all of its brands, whilst embracing and maintaining a sense of place in the local environment of each property and resort.
Equally demanding but also inimitably instructive is the ability to explore how patterns of power inequality get reproduced within the prison setting.
It's not the most euphonic of sounds, but it's inimitably Singapore.
In his inimitably fantastical style, he drew CD covers for local music artists like Francis M, Eraserheads, Color It Red and Yano in the 2000s.
Other notable titles in which she inimitably combines comic and dramatic aspects include "A Star Named Wormwood" (1964), "Burglar and Umbrella" (1970), "Laughter Sticks to Your Heels" (1986), "Corpus Delicti" (1991) and "One Cat After the Other" (1993).