imaginary

[ ih-maj-uh-ner-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF imaginary

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMAGINARY

He bathed in this imaginary future as in the waters of omnipotence.

And she created an imaginary experience for herself almost unknowingly.

This is because he is dealing with an imaginary world, not with the world as it is.

In politics, an imaginary rat-pit in which the statesman wrestles with his record.

Then beat an imaginary child, and said, 'Broom-handles and pokers.'

The danger would prove, as he would have it, to be imaginary.

But this has nothing to do with a romance or with imaginary personages.

Do you mean you object to sailing this tug on account of some imaginary thing?

He indicates an imaginary abyss, which Jem stares at dubiously.

(Indicates an imaginary abyss, at which Lady Flo shakes her head).

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