unimaginable


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un·i·mag·i·na·ble

 (ŭn′ĭ-măj′ə-nə-bəl)
adj.
Not conceivable in the imagination.

un′i·mag′i·na·bly adv.

unimaginable

(ˌʌnɪˈmædʒɪnəbəl)
adj
difficult or impossible to believe; inconceivable
ˌunimˈaginably adv
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unimaginable - totally unlikelyunimaginable - totally unlikely      
unthinkable - incapable of being conceived or considered

unimaginable

adjective inconceivable, incredible, unbelievable, unthinkable, impossible, fantastic, unheard-of, mind-boggling (informal), indescribable, ineffable, beyond your wildest dreams The children here have lived through unimaginable horrors.

unimaginable

adjective
Not to be believed:
Idioms: beyond belief, contrary to all reason.
Translations
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unimaginable

[ˌʌnɪˈmædʒɪnəbl] ADJinimaginable, inconcebible

unimaginable

[ˌʌnɪˈmædʒɪnəbəl] adjinimaginable

unimaginable

adjunvorstellbar; this is unimaginable to medas ist für mich unvorstellbar, das kann ich mir nicht vorstellen; thrillers are unimaginable without violenceThriller ohne Gewalt sind unvorstellbar or undenkbar

unimaginable

[ˌʌnɪˈmædʒ/ɛ7nəbl] adjinimmaginabile, inconcepibile
References in classic literature ?
NOW his future lay plain before him, and glowing with unimaginable splendor.
In some unimaginable way, Francine was associated with Emily's flight from the house.
As to the unimaginable splendor of it when the sun is blazing down on it--well, it simply IS unimaginable.
He had told his hearers that he was altogether vile, a viler companion of the vilest, the worst of sinners, an abomination, a thing of unimaginable iniquity, and that the only wonder was that they did not see his wretched body shrivelled up before their eyes by the burning wrath of the Almighty
Think of the sunsets and the moonrises-- I believe the colours are unimaginable.
And again a few years, and all the flats in either road might be pulled down, and new buildings, of a vastness at present unimaginable, might arise where they had fallen.
This suggested such dreadful images to the people's minds, and was indeed an act so fraught with new and unimaginable horrors in the contemplation, that it beset them more than any loss or cruelty of which they could foresee the worst, and drove many sane men nearly mad themselves.
Out of what mystery he came back to his usual life, and to places that he knew, he was unable to consider; but he was back in those places by some means, and with this condemnation upon him, that he was never, in this world or the next, through all the unimaginable ages of eternity, to look on Rachael's face or hear her voice.
But at length we perceived that by one of the unimaginable accidents of the fishery, this whale had become entangled in the harpoon-line that he towed; he had also run away with the cutting-spade in him; and while the free end of the rope attached to that weapon, had permanently caught in the coils of the harpoon-line round his tail, the cutting-spade itself had worked loose from his flesh.
The ardent modulations of the sound, the slight play of the beautiful lips, the still, deep sapphire gleam in those long eyes inherited from the dawn of ages and that seemed always to watch unimaginable things, that underlying faint ripple of gaiety that played under all her moods as though it had been a gift from the high gods moved to pity for this lonely mortal, all this within the four walls and displayed for me alone gave me the sense of almost intolerable joy.
In the most worn, pedantic, introverted self-tormenter's life, the greatest part is incalculable by him, unforeseen, unimaginable, and must be, until he can take himself up by his own ears.
Yet was there a sort of indefinite, half-attained, unimaginable sublimity about it that fairly froze you to it, till you involuntarily took an oath with yourself to find out what that marvellous painting meant.