inimitable inimitable  /ɪ ˈnɪ mə tə bəl/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) defying imitation; matchless

Usage(s):

  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.

News

  • 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

Quotes

  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: DotMusic.com

  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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