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.
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What was unimaginable before now becomes imaginable, namely the disintegration of the European project.
His task was as tough as any imaginable: Get things started against Jansen, who had given up a single run and struck out 13 in nine innings this postseason coming into Game 2.
Outdoor kiosks, small businesses selling everything imaginable that proliferated after the collapse of the USSR, have been almost completely cleared from city streets.
Every Democrat, every health care group imaginable, and, perhaps most importantly, Jimmy Kimmel stand in opposition to the bill, which would gut Medicaid, slash protections to pre-existing conditions, and generally make life miserable for millions.
Five years after the worst season imaginable — 2-14, Pioli drama, banners over the stadium and a linebacker committing a murder-suicide — the Chiefs would be on the biggest stage.
Kershaw has almost every imaginable individual accolade on his resume – five ERA titles, an MVP trophy, a no-hitter and seven All-Star selections – but also was dogged by a shaky October past.
Kershaw has almost every imaginable individual accolade on his resume - five ERA titles, an MVP trophy, a no-hitter and seven All-Star selections - but also was dogged by a shaky October past.
The Swedish furniture giant will soon bring all the bed frames, dining room tables and meatballs imaginable.
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