Definition of inimitably in US English:



  • See inimitable

    • ‘He was a deadly mimic, and learned to phrase inimitably from blues and soul, though his voice was often ridiculed; his guitar skills, like Guthrie's, varied from painfully rudimentary to quite accomplished.’
    • ‘The medieval painters who beautified the island's thousands of churches with frescoes and iconic pictures had their own earthy, realistic and inimitably Cretan style, warmly humorous yet extremely devout.’
    • ‘Described as ‘an inimitably thoughtful yet fun country rocker’, he is seen as a leading figure in the merging of progressive country to the wider rock audience.’
    • ‘The festival has blossomed into a sophisticated three-month venue that manages to retain the inimitably bucolic spirit of the site as it accomplishes several functions.’
    • ‘He wrote one inimitably brilliant work, one wryly enjoyable one, some amusing pieces, and everything else is admirable but largely unreadable.’