inimitable

[ ih-nim-i-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF inimitable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INIMITABLE

After that inimitable, unforgettable "Jamais, jamais, jamais!"

It should not be surprising, then, that his work was not inimitable.

With this inimitable drawing we may compare the rocks in the foreground of the Llanthony.

Burns had an inimitable ear for ballad feeling and for ballad rhythm and music.

Patu said, almost reverently, "It is the inimitable Dupres."

It is noted for being the birthplace of the inimitable Sterne.

Osborne resold this inimitable windfall to Dr Askew for sixty guineas.

And the legate; but the legate has described his emotions in his own inimitable manner.

"Divil a taste," said Barny, with inimitable composure and pertinacity.

Michael crunched one of the inimitable breakfast rusks in his teeth.

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