Adjective "imaginable" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ɪˈmadʒɪnəb(ə)l/

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Definitions and examples

adjective

Possible to be thought of or believed.
  1. 'I always make a beeline straight for the salad bar where I kid myself I am going to eat the most healthy meal imaginable.'
  2. 'In fact, the producers seem to have gone out of their way to find the dullest young people imaginable.'
  3. 'In this case it was up to the personal preferences of one man with one of the most unenviable jobs imaginable.'
  4. 'It's got one of the most dauntingly bleak and unhappy endings imaginable.'
  5. 'Thus 12 hours after waking you will feel worse than you thought imaginable.'
  6. 'Here's to 2002 providing us with the greatest three days of sport imaginable.'
  7. 'Suddenly, it transforms into simply the most fabulously entertaining spectacle imaginable.'
  8. 'They are putting in the longest imaginable hours and are really getting aid organised and out there.'
  9. 'Shopping plazas have sprung up in every imaginable location of this sleepy town.'
  10. 'Contemporary German theater is no longer imaginable without its stage designers.'

Definitions

1. capable of being imagined or conceived.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be imaginable as appearings."

"everythings can be imaginable on buses."

"people can be imaginable."

"uses can be imaginable."

"positions can be imaginable."

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Origin

Late Middle English: from late Latin imaginabilis, from Latin imaginare ‘form an image of, represent’, from imago, imagin- ‘image’.