- imaginary axis,
- imaginary number,
- imaginary part,
- imaginary unit,
Origin of imaginative
Examples from the Web for unimaginative
Doane tweeted, “the film does make fun of Wannabe Berean unimaginative Christians who need to lighten up.”Kirk Cameron Saves Christmas from Abominable Killjoys (Other Christians)|Brandy Zadrozny|November 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
What was once sexy and mildly transgressive—the perfect antidote to Twilight—devolved into a repetitive, unimaginative mess.'True Blood' Ends With a Whimper: The Sexy HBO Vampire Series Is (Finally) Over|Marlow Stern|August 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the history of the FBI, there have likely been few special agents as unimaginative in their corruption as John Morris.‘You’re a F—cking Liar’: Whitey Bulger and the FBI’s Sordid History|T.J. English|July 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He Said: Yes, this pilot is just as obvious and unimaginative as its title.
Presidential assistants tend to view opposition as the product of selfish lobbyists and unimaginative bureaucrats.
For to all outward appearances he was taciturn, unimaginative, self-willed.The Loom of Youth|Alec Waugh
And when I said sane perhaps I rather meant cautious, unimaginative, and cold.Quisant|Anthony Hope
Stella told herself that Marian's was only the blindness of the unimaginative.The Second Fiddle|Phyllis Bottome
Stolid, unimaginative people went about saying it to each other.The Tree of Heaven|May Sinclair
Many a literary genius has been destroyed by the red lines of an unimaginative instructor.The Girl in Her Teens|Margaret Slattery
late 14c., ymaginatyf, from Old French imaginatif and directly from Medieval Latin imaginativus, from imaginat-, stem of Latin imaginari (see imagine). Related: Imaginatively; imaginativeness.