undreamt


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un·dreamed

 (ŭn-drēmd′) also un·dreamt (-drĕmt′)
adj.
Beyond what could be imagined; unimaginable. Often used with of: undreamed luxuries; a peaceful settlement undreamed of a generation ago.
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Adj.1.undreamt - not imagined even in a dreamundreamt - 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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But the continent proved the pundits wrong and not only embraced the new technology but developed it in ways undreamt of by the pioneers.
But the commercialised world saturates mass media to an extent undreamt of when Henderson returned to Scotland after the Second World War and it would be futile to be so wishful as to think that any poets have ever succeeded socially, effectively, lastingly, in the cultural cold war that has been going on since then, when it remains as true as ever, to paraphrase William Carlos Williams, that not many people read poetry but a lot of people the every day for the want of what they might find there.
Machine learning and big data when combined provide insights previously undreamt of.
Functional cities have spawned the miraculous im- provement in standards of living across the globe and brought undreamt prosperity to even the humblest and least skilled workers -- the "heaven" of our definition.
Functional cities have spawned the miraculous improvement in standards of living across the globe and brought undreamt prosperity to even the humblest and least skilled workers--the "heaven" of our definition.
I naturally assumed that the adult Potter would clearly be different animal; perhaps more resembling an Andy McNab novel, where a more hairy bottomed Harry is Recruited into the special forces so he can 'slot' a few bad guys using his invisibility cloak to bring sniping to previously undreamt of levels of effectiveness.
This process, once achieved, can lead to a previously undreamt of situation whereby the new, productive relationships are not only embodied in treaties and agreements but acted upon through collaborative planning and implementation for growth.
Now, with a PC, then a netbook, then a smartphone, then a tablet, almost anyone could have at their fingertips intellectual wealth undreamt of by 20th century librarians.
Certainly measured by purchase of advanced defense equipment, the Kingdom (along with the United Arab Emirates) will have capabilities undreamt of in the Arab world until recent years.
What is there to prevent a terrorist to undergo a facial surgery and fake papers to enter the Parliament and blow it up, causing undreamt of loss of life and property right in the heart of the Government.
Mobile technologies and services open up undreamt of possibilities, especially in the field of public service provision.