imaginative

[ ih-maj-uh-nuh-tiv, -ney-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF imaginative

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Like all imaginative people, she had the gift of dramatizing herself.

Dorcas Jane, who was eleven and a half and not at all imaginative, eyed him suspiciously.

The least imaginative of my charges seemed to feel the influence of the place.

To an imaginative mind the scene was full of novel interest.

You are susceptible, imaginative; do not demand too much, or dream too fondly.

To arrive at such proportions he followed his imaginative instinct.

The allegory is the life of its author cast in an imaginative form.

The advance of the imaginative artist is precisely the reverse of this.

The imaginative work is necessarily the absolute opposite of all this.

All is exquisite in feeling, but not inventive nor imaginative.

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