Definition of unimagined in English:

unimagined

adjective

  • Not having been imagined or thought of as possible.

    ‘a previously unimagined degree of economic and social freedom’
    • ‘Enron lived to open new markets in previously unimagined areas.’
    • ‘Climate change could have previously unimagined effects, warned the experts.’
    • ‘In time, the National Highway System was formulated, enabling previously unimagined speeds.’
    • ‘The story they have told is of abuse on a hitherto unimagined scale.’
    • ‘It also prepared the ground for war on a hitherto unimagined scale.’
    • ‘Unfortunately, even as the euro hit an all-time high, the Great Charlatan plummeted to unimagined depths.’
    • ‘But paradoxically, as the power of medicine to do good has grown to previously unimagined levels, public trust in physicians has plunged.’
    • ‘Thirteen years later he returned to stay, bringing the spirit of New York abstraction to a new and unimagined setting in Mallaig.’
    • ‘Operators need to pursue technology, like smaller node sizes, which allows them to handle unimagined bandwidth demands.’
    • ‘Roosevelt himself declared during his 1936 campaign, " we are fashioning an instrument of unimagined power ".’
    • ‘Voyages to new and distant lands brought trade and unimagined wealth.’
    • ‘The beauty of the Olympics is ordinary people doing extraordinary things and extraordinary people doing unimagined things.’
    • ‘The Government and the Federal Reserve have painted all of us into a corner by taking on a previously unimagined load of debt.’
    • ‘She was the architect not of any bricks-and-mortar building, but of an almost unimagined institution and a virtually intangible tradition.’
    • ‘Each touch feels like the first screech of undercarriage onto the tarmac of some unimagined homeland.’
    • ‘Instead of being sold the unimagined exotic, department stores now sell us tangible sleaze.’
    • ‘Motivated by the practical need to prevent food from spoiling, Pasteur uncovered previously unimagined forms of life.’
    • ‘Fought in April 1862, Shiloh marked a new departure in warfare, a level of death and destruction previously unknown and unimagined.’
    • ‘Others simply envy the unimagined dimensions of her achievement.’
    • ‘For those that remain, today's reading adds new dimensions unimagined by the original creators.’
    unthought of, unpredicted, unforeseen, unanticipated, unplanned, accidental, unlooked for, unsought, unexpected, not bargained for, not bargained on
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Pronunciation

unimagined

/ʌnɪˈmadʒɪnd/