undreamt

[ UK /ʌndɹˈɛmpt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not imagined even in a dream
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How To Use undreamt In A Sentence

  • But for the first time new technology will introduce undreamt of possibilities.
  • With TV pictures beamed around the world, it will mean previously undreamt of publicity for the spa town.
  • Knowledge of science, too, was only just beginning; botany, geology, and geognosy were very slightly diffused; glacier theories were undreamt of. The Development of the Feeling for Nature in the Middle Ages and Modern Times
  • Further investigation convinced me that the fall implications of the funeral industry are undreamt of by the average American, even in his nightmares. Mourning in Chicago
  • It seems that there's a new paradigm forming, one that's as old as America, but secured in new ways only made possible with the pervasiveness of media undreamt of by our founders. -
  • Why the wine foamed and sparkled was a mystery even to the very makers themselves; for as yet Baume’s aerometer was unknown, and the connection between sugar and carbonic acid undreamt of. Facts About Champagne and Other Sparkling Wines
  • This allows for plot twists and epic scope undreamt of in the 90-minute Hollywood story arc.
  • Its citizens have seen its share of dark days, evil nights, and horrors undreamt in other conurbations. The Codex Continual » Fairgeth: Introduction (Part I)
  • American video technology creates impersonation possibilities undreamt of sixty years ago.
  • We now travel round the world in a way previously undreamt - of.
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