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unimagined

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Pronunciation: /ʌnɪˈmadʒɪnd
 
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Definition of unimagined in English:

adjective

Not having been imagined or thought of as possible: a previously unimagined degree of economic and social freedom
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  • Roosevelt himself declared during his 1936 campaign, " we are fashioning an instrument of unimagined power ".
  • In time, the National Highway System was formulated, enabling previously unimagined speeds.
  • Each touch feels like the first screech of undercarriage onto the tarmac of some unimagined homeland.
Synonyms
sudden, abrupt, surprising, startling, astonishing, abnormal, out of the blue

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