imaginable

adjective
imag·​in·​able | \ i-ˈmaj-nə-bəl How to pronounce imaginable (audio) , -ˈma-jə- \

Definition of imaginable

: capable of being imagined : conceivable any imaginable location

Other Words from imaginable

imaginableness noun
imaginably \ i-​ˈmaj-​nə-​blē How to pronounce imaginable (audio) , -​ˈma-​jə-​ \ adverb

Examples of imaginable in a Sentence

Computers now allow us to do things that were hardly imaginable only a few years ago. The store has fruits of every kind imaginable. We tried every imaginable therapy.
Recent Examples on the Web Angelina Jolie jetted out of London’s Heathrow Airport today with her 18-year-old son Pax dressed in the best travel outfit imaginable: pajamas. Alyssa Bailey, ELLE, 28 July 2022 Cannon won just about every award imaginable in his college career, some of them more than once. Creg Stephenson | Cstephenson@al.com, al, 14 July 2022 Fortunately, the line moves swiftly thanks to the crack team working in the teeniest space imaginable. Leslie Kelly, Forbes, 29 June 2022 For those who want the darkest black paint imaginable, KoPro's Musou Black paint is said to absorb 99.6% of inbound light. Jack Fitzgerald, Car and Driver, 6 July 2022 Every Sunday, a brunch worthy of Marie Antoinette is served in Le Lobby, with just about every delicacy imaginable. Nicole Trilivas, Forbes, 3 July 2022 The series follows Minami Satoru, an average 37-year-old who dies and is reincarnated as the most unremarkable creature imaginable — a slime. Patrick Brzeski, The Hollywood Reporter, 28 June 2022 There's a farm market with plenty of products with cherries tucked into everything imaginable. Susan Selasky, Detroit Free Press, 30 June 2022 Within a short walk of Tahtinen’s Sunset gallery is just about every type of ethnic restaurant imaginable. Robert Krier, San Diego Union-Tribune, 26 June 2022 See More

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First Known Use of imaginable

15th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for imaginable

Middle English ymaginable, borrowed from Middle French & Late Latin; Middle French, borrowed from Late Latin imāginābilis, from Latin imāginārī "to imagine" + -bilis "capable (of acting) or worthy of (being acted upon)" — more at -able

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15 Aug 2022

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“Imaginable.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/imaginable. Accessed 17 Aug. 2022.

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imaginable

adjective
imag·​in·​able | \ i-ˈma-jə-nə-bəl How to pronounce imaginable (audio) \

Kids Definition of imaginable

: possible to imagine

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