undreamed-of


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undreamt-of

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not thought of, conceived, or imagined
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undreamed-of

undreamt-of
adjective unimagined, inconceivable, incredible, astonishing, unexpected, miraculous, unheard-of, unforeseen, unsuspected, unthought-of They have freedoms that were undreamed-of even ten years ago.
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undreamed-of

[ʌnˈdriːmdɒv] ADJ undreamt-of [ʌnˈdremtɒv] (Brit) ADJinimaginable, nunca soñado
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It was unparalleled, undreamed-of, that I, Humphrey Van Weyden, a scholar and a dilettante, if you please, in things artistic and literary, should be lying here on a Bering Sea seal- hunting schooner.
If more English native speakers walked through the doors of other languages, they would discover undreamed-of landscapes.
Nigel Farage carried his party to undreamed-of success in the referendum - but he never cut it at general elections.
In three weeks' time the media will have to find another issue to plug, possibly "no, certainly leaving" politicians of whatever colour to sort out an undreamed-of mess while other countries benefit from their stability and security.
The good news is that the technology used to create formerly undreamed-of features also makes less expensive lines perform better.
Will the US central bank now slow the pace of its stimulative bond buying as the economy's outlook begins to brighten or will it wait, setting the stage for stock investors' undreamed-of gains to keep going?
From that point on, Asia has increasingly set the tone and has reached undreamed-of record heights in the construction of new "supertalls".
Christopher Columbus' voyage opened up undreamed-of pathways and possibilities, and put Europe on a whole new course.
A half-dozen University of Oregon architecture students are confronting homelessness in Eugene-Springfield and asking how they can help, whether it be designing and manufacturing a shelter or a tool or some other undreamed-of object.