chimerical

[ ki-mer-i-kuhl or ki-mer-ik; -meer-, kahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF chimerical

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHIMERICAL

Barring the chimerical, that any girl may consider and most girls do, she was straight as a string.

Judging by past experience in California this is no chimerical conception.

But while as matter of logic it is inconclusive, as matter of fact it is chimerical.

With many, and to many, these things are but as dreams; they are chimerical.

To keep it from his daughter till she should be stronger, seemed to him chimerical, impossible.

The action of a First Cause is useless and irrational—it is chimerical!

But if Dr. Carver was chimerical, he was at least courageous in his persistence.

The absorption theory as applied to America is, it seems to me, chimerical.

The phaenomenon may be real, though my explication be chimerical.

Both these parts are essential, nor is the distinction vain and chimerical.

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