unimagined


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unimagined

(ˌʌnɪˈmædʒɪnd)
adj
not having been conceived of: a hitherto unimagined scale.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unimagined - not imagined even in a dreamunimagined - not imagined even in a dream  
incredible, unbelievable - beyond belief or understanding; "at incredible speed"; "the book's plot is simply incredible"
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He looked wistfully on the velvet carpets, and the before unimagined splendors of mirrors, pictures, statues, and curtains, and, like the Queen of Sheba before Solomon, there was no more spirit in him.
The frightful deeds that were to be soon done, were probably unimagined at that time in the brains of the doers.
For as her murderous perspective, before the doing of the deed, however subtle the precautions for its commission, would have been closed up by a gigantic dilatation of the hateful figure, preventing her from seeing any consequences beyond it; and as those consequences would have rushed in, in an unimagined flood, the moment the figure was laid low--which always happens when a murder is done; so, now she sees that when he used to be on the watch before her, and she used to think, "if some mortal stroke would but fall on this old man and take him from my way
There was a supreme moment when he was sailing through the fiords, and finding himself apparently locked in by their mountain walls without sign or hope of escape, but somehow always escaping by some unimagined channel, and keeping on.
His eyes shone as though those few written lines upon which they were riveted were indeed some message from an unknown, an unimagined world.
Scientists are becoming increasingly excited about the prospects that within the foreseeable future a reactor can replicate the Sun s energy source on Earth through scientific and technological innovation of a scale previously unimagined.
What unimagined situations would Starsky have me rehearsing now, if he was here, with me, on a recce for this one?
Looking to the next 50 years, we hope that similarly inspired leadership can help propel the German-Israeli partnership to new, unimagined heights.
Our rules have changed, and with change comes war on a scale as yet unimagined.
Old Big 'Ead took Nottingham Forest to previously unimagined heights when they won the European Cup twice in a row in 1979 and 1980.
The slightly scary creation toolkit may appear like a step too far for newbies, but for those with a penchant for rowing their own boat and bringing this game to life in as yet unimagined ways, Sackboy and co deliver once again.
Elizabeth Bannet, Sherlock Holmes, Peter Pan, Bertie Wooster, Hercule Poirot, James Bond and Asterix the Gaul: All have had a fictional afterlife unimagined by their creators.