i|mag´i|na|ble|ness

i|mag´i|na|ble|ness
i|mag|i|na|ble «ih MAJ uh nuh buhl, -MAJ nuh-», adjective.
that can be imagined; possible: »

We had the best time imaginable at the party. Cinderella was dressed with the greatest splendor imaginable. He ran into all the extravagancies imaginable (Sir Richard Steele).

SYNONYM(S): conceivable, thinkable.
i|mag´i|na|ble|ness, noun.
i|mag´i|na|bly, adverb.

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  • un´i|mag´i|na|ble|ness — un|i|mag|i|na|ble «UHN ih MAJ uh nuh buhl», adjective. that cannot be imagined or thought of; undreamed of; inconceivable: »On every side now rose rocks which in unimaginable forms lifted their black and barren pinnacles (Shelley).… …   Useful english dictionary

  • i|mag|i|na|ble — «ih MAJ uh nuh buhl, MAJ nuh », adjective. that can be imagined; possible: »We had the best time imaginable at the party. Cinderella was dressed with the greatest splendor imaginable. He ran into all the extravagancies imaginable (Sir Richard… …   Useful english dictionary

  • un|i|mag|i|na|ble — «UHN ih MAJ uh nuh buhl», adjective. that cannot be imagined or thought of; undreamed of; inconceivable: »On every side now rose rocks which in unimaginable forms lifted their black and barren pinnacles (Shelley). –un´i|mag´i|na|ble|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • ness — ness·ber·ry; ness·ler·iza·tion; ness·ler·ize; ness·ler s; new·fan·gled·ness; new·ness; news·i·ness; nice·ness; nig·gard·li·ness; nig·gard·ness; nigh·ness; nip·pi·ness; no·ble·ness; nois·i·ness; non·cha·lant·ness; north·er·li·ness; north·ness;… …   English syllables

  • i|mag´i|na|bly — i|mag|i|na|ble «ih MAJ uh nuh buhl, MAJ nuh », adjective. that can be imagined; possible: »We had the best time imaginable at the party. Cinderella was dressed with the greatest splendor imaginable. He ran into all the extravagancies imaginable… …   Useful english dictionary

  • a — acar·a·pis; ac·a·ri·a·sis; ac·a·ri·a·sis; ac·a·ri·na; ac·a·ri·nar·i·um; ac·a·rine; ac·a·ri·nol·o·gy; ac·a·ri·no·sis; ac·a·ro·ce·cid·i·um; ac·a·roid; ac·a·rol·o·gist; ac·a·rol·o·gy; ac·a·ro·pho·bia; ac·a·rus; acat·a·lep·sy; acat·a·lex·is;… …   English syllables

  • er — er·i·an·thus; er·ic; er·i·ca; er·i·ca·ce·ae; er·i·cad; er·i·ca·les; er·i·ce·tal; er·i·ce·tic·o·lous; er·i·coid; er·i·co·phyte; erig·er·on; er·i·glos·sa; er·ik·ite; er·i·na·ceous; er·i·na·ceus; er·in·ite; er·i·nose; er·i·o·bot·rya;… …   English syllables

  • ni — ac·com·pa·ni·er; ac·com·pa·ni·ment; ace·to·ni·trile; ach·ae·me·ni·an; ach·er·o·ni·an; ac·ni·da; ac·ni·dar·ia; ac·ni·do·spo·rid·ia; ac·o·ni·tia; ac·o·ni·tum; acra·ni·al; acra·ni·a·ta; ac·ri·mo·ni·ous; ac·ro·cra·ni·al; ac·ry·lo·ni·trile;… …   English syllables

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  • na — abhi·na·ya; ab·na·ki; abom·i·na·ble; abom·i·na·tion; abom·i·na·tor; acae·na; aca·na; ac·a·ri·na; acei·tu·na; aceph·a·li·na; acet·y·le·na·tion; ach·a·ti·na; ac·i·na·ceous; acu·mi·na·tion; ada·na; ade·na; ad·na·tion; aero·na·val; aesch·na;… …   English syllables

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