Unimitable

Un`im´i`ta`ble


a.1.Inimitable.
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Pakistan had seen a many towering figures, beginning with Quaide azam, Quaide Millat, Liaquat Ali Khan, ZulfikarAlii Bhutto, Husseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy, all unimitable in their style or working, thinking, strategy for governance, shining like stars on international horizon, but after them the level of leadership plummeted to depths unimaginable abyss and morass, keener on filling their own coffers, rather than working for welfare of country and its people.
(62) The model warned against imitating those characteristics of Christ that were 'unimitable' by humans such as certain forms of creation, the raising of the dead, and any attempt to perform miracles.
(15.) Ian Frederick Moulton, "Fat Knight, or What You Will: Unimitable Falstaff," A Companion to Shakespeare's Works Volume III: The Comedies, ed.
From Elvis to Elgar, and Greensleeves to Gaga, they play each and every style of music in an unimitable style.
The women were photographed in a relaxed and breezy, yet an unimitable high fashion style dressed in designer garbs ranging from Rohit Bal, Raghuvendra Rathore, Valaya and Gauri- Nainika.
But such readers overlook another aspect of the poem that may have been embarrassing to the poet, i.e., its unabashed dalliance with Villiers' beauty in such lines as "Never was any humane plant that grew / More faire then this and acceptably new" (39-40) or "And his unimitable handsomenesse / Made him indeed be more then man, not less" (45-46) or "lovely and admirable as he was" (51).