Definition of Imaginability. Meaning of Imaginability. Synonyms of Imaginability

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Definition of Imaginability

Imaginability
Imaginability Im*ag`i*na*bil"i*ty, n. Capacity for imagination. [R.] --Coleridge.

Meaning of Imaginability from wikipedia

- Wünschelrute (dowsing rod) is one of the most famous poems by Joseph Freiherr von Eichendorff, major poet of the German Hochromantik ("High Romantics")...
- Hokusai Manga, which consists of thousands of images of every subject imaginable over fifteen volumes. Starting as a young child, he continued working...
- filmmakers have their characters make the most ludicrously illogical choices imaginable". At the 1992 MTV Movie Awards, Reeves won the Most Desirable Male award...
- worst of the lot. It offers the most uninspired, unfunny film pastiches imaginable, sometimes repeating entire sections of dialogue verbatim from the movies...
- lyrics described as "some of the most uncompromising, gut-wrenching lyrics imaginable". The lyrics contain very graphic imagery about a terminated foetus and...
- the impression that dancing with him is the most thrilling experience imaginable. According to Astaire, "Ginger had never danced with a partner before...
- not without its pleasures, Never Back Down faithfully adheres to every imaginable fight movie cliché". On Metacritic the film has a score of 39% based on...
- through a lot in my career. I’ve had 17 operations and suffered every pain imaginable. I’ve won, lost, cried and hurt. But if you were to ask me would I do...
- special. Dwayne and Rerun saw Raj and began to tell every chicken joke imaginable to him. He listened to just so much before he chased the two jokesters...
- Field Guide to Candy: How to Identify and Make Virtually Every Candy Imaginable. Philadelphia: Quirk, 2009. E. B. Jackson, ed. (1999). Sugar Confectionery...
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