- image tube,
- imaginary axis,
- imaginary number,
- imaginary part
Origin of imaginable
Examples from the Web for imaginable
No imaginable circumstance could make a reasonable Ford-owner think, “Damn, I should have bought that Ferrari.”
He once begged the legislature for every imaginable kind of tax hike— without any coercion.
They have every imaginable spice and all the hard-to-find ingredients.
And in the silence Rickman's mind wandered free among all imaginable horrors and forebodings.The Divine Fire|May Sinclair
"I've thought over every imaginable way of getting it too," continued Tuppence.The Secret Adversary|Agatha Christie
To permit thee to go thy present ways would be to open our gates to vanity and envy and all imaginable folly.Prairie Gold|Various
The least imaginable opposition to his judgment or his pleasure, would draw forth his rebukes.
Male coquetry justifies female retaliation to any imaginable extent.Tales And Novels, Volume 8 (of 10)|Maria Edgeworth
late 14c., ymaginable, from Old French imaginable and directly from Late Latin imaginabilis, from Latin imaginari (see imagine). Related: Imaginably.