- imaginary axis,
- imaginary number,
- imaginary part,
- imaginary unit,
Origin of imaginative
Examples from the Web for imaginatively
The tenor saxophonist was one of the most imaginatively restless artists to ever work a bandstand.
And despite their tight, 24-hour timeframe, they feel expansive and imaginatively unconstrained.One Perfect Summer Day in Virginia Woolf, Saul Bellow and Others|Matt Seidel|September 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Spiritually they are undiscerning, because imaginatively they are blind.The Soul of the Far East|Percival Lowell
She became mentally and imaginatively active to an intense degree.The Price of Love|Arnold Bennett
He is imaginatively never so much at home as in the night, but he is aware not only of the night, but of the stars.Old and New Masters|Robert Lynd
An impulse, to one who does not share it actually or imaginatively, will always seem to be mad.Expository Writing|Mervin James Curl
With summer Vere could give herself up to the sea, and not only imaginatively but by a bodily act.A Spirit in Prison|Robert Hichens
late 14c., ymaginatyf, from Old French imaginatif and directly from Medieval Latin imaginativus, from imaginat-, stem of Latin imaginari (see imagine). Related: Imaginatively; imaginativeness.