[ US /ˌɪˈmædʒənəˌtɪvˌɫi/ ]
[ UK /ɪmˈæd‍ʒɪnətˌɪvli/ ]
  1. with imagination
    the room was decorated very imaginatively
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How To Use imaginatively In A Sentence

  • Words are clear, and the hymns, presented in their entirety, are imaginatively varied in terms of solo, a cappella, sectional and tutti singing.
  • He puts himself imaginatively in the place of others and reacts accordingly. 23 Steps to Successful Achievement
  • This shield of peace, that also suggests an African drum, thus, simultaneously, conveys the message of a people imbued with love for culture, its upper part as a shield being imaginatively represented by the protea. ANC Today
  • Huw Irranca-Davies, shadow minister for the marine and natural environment, asked the Speaker even more unimaginatively whether ministers meant what they ministerially said, and was assured by John Bercow: "Ministers are responsible for what they say and I must assume that they speak on behalf of the government. What was Nick Clegg really thinking? Only God knows
  • Within the industry it was a challenge to think imaginatively and tackle the growing costs of construction. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is the happy outcome that a bonanza of energy income has now made practically doable what was once only imaginatively wishful.
  • In order to think more creatively, imaginatively and strategically, we need to cultivate a more intuitive, metaphorical attention that calls preeminently on the right hemisphere of the brain. Be Excellent at Anything
  • Five preludes for solo cello imaginatively explore a restricted sonorous range of bowing, staccato and spiccato.
  • Something in the European temperament became blunter, less trusting, less imaginatively consolable - arguably more secular and politically militant.
  • If the 'underspend' is the result of good practice (ie greater efficiency, smarter use of the money etc.) then there may be an argument for rewarding good practice by encouraging the organisation to use the remainder imaginatively (thus fuelling blue skies etc.) and furthermore if they are lambasted for an 'underspend' then there is no encouragement to either work more efficiently or take care of their budget etc. Quango chief's dilemma: how best to spend a spare £1m?
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