Imaginable [adjective]

Definition of Imaginable:

believable, possible

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Sentence/Example of Imaginable:

“Slavery, in every way imaginable, was central to the project of designing, funding, building, and maintaining the school,” it concluded.

The successful part of the season, the stretch that has made the postseason imaginable, is the part where the team was his to maneuver as deliberately as he wished.

In some stores, sophisticated systems are tracking customers in almost every imaginable way, from recognizing their faces to gauging their age, their mood, and virtually gussying them up with makeup.

The Republican cult of victimhood is dangerous because if you believe that you have been wronged by forces beyond your control, you may also believe that you are justified in fighting back by any means imaginable.

“Such a violation of physical integrity is no longer imaginable today,” Dekker added in a statement.

Integrating a food processor into your meal prep routine is one of the easiest ways to shave off dozens of valuable minutes and spare yourself the extra work in practically every case imaginable.

While quantum computing could one day enable us to carry out calculations beyond even the most powerful supercomputer imaginable, we’re still a long way from that point.

He insisted upon my staying a while, and we had the most amusing and entertaining conversation imaginable.

An old weather-beaten bear-hunter stepped forward, squirting out his tobacco juice with all imaginable deliberation.

The Americans will endeavour by all imaginable means to induce us to help them against Spain.