inimitably

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

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That's what Marian keeps before me; that's what papa himself, as I say, so inimitably does.

The Halfbreed was inimitably cool, his face was a perfect mask.

There was never a town so inimitably drowsy or so sternly uncompetitive.

How inimitably graceful children are before they learn to dance!

Some paper calls it inimitably droll, which I think rather nice.

Stokesay, which we have been to sketch, is inimitably picturesque.

No: for M. Coquelin began to recite a prologue, inimitably phrased.

Her voice, her aspect, so inimitably tender and mournful, struck him to the heart.

She was inimitably dexterous and indefatigable in improving every occasion of innuendo.

The woman was unhappy; the light in her dark eyes was inimitably sad.

WORD ORIGIN

late 15c., from Latin inimitabilis "that cannot be imitated," from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + imitabilis (see imitable). Related: Inimitably.

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