Definition of imaginable in English:

imaginable

Syllabification: im·ag·i·na·ble
Pronunciation: /iˈmaj(ə)nəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Possible to be thought of or believed: the most spectacular views imaginable
More example sentences
  • And the greatest possible power can surely sustain the grandest imaginable promises.
  • There are clubs devoted to every plant group imaginable, from cacti to clematis, roses to rhododendrons.
  • But no, every one of the reluctant grooms went along with the tackiest ceremonies imaginable.
Synonyms

Origin

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

Derivatives

imaginably

adverb
More example sentences
  • This would create an even larger tournament and imaginably a more exciting atmosphere.
  • Only by falsely trivialising the seriousness of such a crime could Bishop imaginably have a case.
  • Their sound is as lo-fi as imaginably possible.

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