unimaginably

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From unimaginable +‎ -ly.

Adverb[edit]

unimaginably (comparative more unimaginably, superlative most unimaginably)

  1. To an extent or in a way that cannot be, or could not have been, imagined
    • 2009 January 4, Paul Harris, “Paul Harris: Frugality is cool in the cash-strapped US”:
      As it prepares to inaugurate a new president, America is also trying to forge a fresh identity in a world unimaginably different from the one inherited by George W Bush only eight years ago.

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