undreamed of

ADJECTIVE
  1. not imagined even in a dream
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How To Use undreamed of In A Sentence

  • You're merely giving the boss a level of control undreamed of by those Victorian factory masters who fantasised about the constant surveillance of the work force.
  • Or rule on whether asset sales, user fees, mandates and flashes of congressional ingenuity yet undreamed of violate the Constitution?
  • We in the West enjoy a standard of living undreamed of by the majority of people in the world.
  • Or rule on whether asset sales, user fees, mandates and flashes of congressional ingenuity yet undreamed of violate the Constitution?
  • They arrived on the doorstep too, in undreamed of numbers, from all parts of Yorkshire and beyond.
  • Modern knowledge has pragmatically proved itself in helping us to live much longer, healthier lives and enjoy amenities undreamed of by our progenitors.
  • In sum, technologies such as tissue culture, anther culture, embryo rescue, protoplast fusion, and genetic markers are likely to bring undreamed of breakthroughs that will transform Africa's native grains. 13. Other Cultivated Grains
  • Or rule on whether asset sales, user fees, mandates and flashes of congressional ingenuity yet undreamed of violate the Constitution?
  • We live in a society gone mad in the pursuit of money to buy creature comforts undreamed of by prior generations and a hunger for ever more exotic experiences that seems to know no end.
  • This is a scene from a classic bedroom farce - but with consequences undreamed of by traditional farceurs, like the great Feydau or the contemporary Aykborn.
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