unimagined

[ US /ˌənɪˈmædʒənd/ ]
[ UK /ˌʌnɪmˈæd‍ʒɪnd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not imagined even in a dream
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How To Use unimagined In A Sentence

  • Climate change could have previously unimagined effects, warned the experts.
  • In education there is an unimagined future before the cinematograph. Times, Sunday Times
  • Fortunately, the study didn't uncover huge, unimagined dangers to patients.
  • Voyages to new and distant lands brought trade and unimagined wealth.
  • We believe in openness - this Government has opened up Whitehall and beyond in ways unimagined, unattempted and unrealised by any previous government in the UK.
  • Unfortunately, even as the euro hit an all-time high, the Great Charlatan plummeted to unimagined depths.
  • But he admitted Willie Bain's win for Labour would have been "unimagined" just a year ago, after the SNP captured the neighbouring Glasgow East seat in a dramatic by-election victory last summer. undefined
  • Fought in April 1862, Shiloh marked a new departure in warfare, a level of death and destruction previously unknown and unimagined.
  • Life — exploits the confrontation with thought and feeling for all it's worth, an exploitation that subsequent years and thinkers will take in unimagined and unthinkable ways, in order to make all kinds of cultural profit, yet also to confront the incommensurability of thought itself, the place where our embodied experience of the world becomes the site of an uncanny, traumatic, apparitional encounter. Introduction
  • He has found a hitherto unimagined range of genetic diversity down there. Times, Sunday Times
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