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From Middle English ymagynatif, from Middle French imaginatif, from Medieval Latin imāginātīvus.
imaginative (comparative more imaginative, superlative most imaginative)
- Having a lively or creative imagination.
- an imaginative boy
- Tending to be fanciful or inventive.
- an imaginative story
- False or imagined.
having a lively imagination
tending to be fanciful
false or imagined
- IPA(key): /i.ma.ʒi.na.tiv/
- Homophone: imaginatives
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