inimitable inimitable  /ɪ ˈnɪ mə tə bəl/


  • (adj) defying imitation; matchless


  1. Malloch Brown began, as do so many British leaders, as a journalist, writing the inimitable clipped prose of the Economist.
  2. Reporter Lulu Yu offers some insights to help you understand Canto-Pop, that inimitable local music genre.
  3. Curtis and four of his stars sat down with PTI's Josh Tyrangiel in London to discuss love, Governor Schwarzenegger and Grant's inimitable dance moves.


  • Album review: Alison Moyet's 'The Minutes'

    ????? Whether howling the hoary drama over the Yaz situation with Vince Clark in the early ’80s or reigning as queen of the major-label blousy belters in the decades since, Alison Moyet has never allowed any particular sonic arrangement to diminish the prominence of her inimitable pipes: not blues, not club bounce, not smoky standards. So when serial blip-pop-noodler Guy Sigsworth (Sia, Alanis ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Orlando Weekly


  1. Rob Andrew MBE said: "I am delighted Martin is joining the England structure as Team Manager. He will bring a new and fresh approach to team development and preparation in his own inimitable style. I would also like to thank Brian for the job he has...
    on Apr 16, 2008 By: Rob Andrew Source: Times Online

  2. Danesh said afterwards: "I had a blast, it was my first opening night and it was great to cut my teeth with the inimitable Trevor Nunn."
    on Apr 22, 2008 By: Darius Danesh Source:

  3. Andy Hodgson, a spokesperson for Bid TV, said: "Talksport's loss is Bid TV's gain. We're delighted to welcome James on board and expect him to stoke some bargain-hunting fever amongst our viewers in his true, inimitable style."
    on May 7, 2008 By: Andy Hodgson Source: Brand Republic (subscription)

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