Definition of unimaginably in English:

unimaginably

adverb

  • In a way or to an extent that is difficult or impossible to imagine or comprehend.

    ‘they suffered unimaginably’
    as submodifier ‘everything is moving unimaginably fast’
    • ‘He is unimaginably offended and dishonoured through the infinite guilt and abominable wickedness of the world.’
    • ‘This money will help children who are living the most unimaginably difficult lives.’
    • ‘The direction is unimaginably unimaginative, but the acting, without exception, is worse.’
    • ‘Unimaginably, this occurred as the international community watched with a fixed, if not disinterested eye.’
    • ‘This set of RAM has boosted my computer's speed unimaginably, and I can now play all the latest games with relatively high settings.’

Pronunciation

unimaginably

/ˌʌnɪˈmadʒɪnəbli/