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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunimaginedun‧i‧ma‧gined /ˌʌnɪˈmædʒɪnd◂/ adjective [usually before noun] literary  so good, large, great etc that it is hard to imagine
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unimagineda place of unimagined beautyBehind the honeysuckle and the hollyhocks there was revealed a life of hitherto unimagined degradation.Stepan is falling ill without knowing it; his unspoken, unimagined destination is delirium and death.Others see a new golden age of business and technology that will lift the market to unimagined heights.Commentators are a maligned lot and deserve some credit for disseminating enthusiasm for sport on a hitherto unimagined scale.
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