inimitably inimitably

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in an unreproducible manner

Usage(s):

  1. The carefree clutter of books and clothes, the cherished mementos of lost childhood, beginning career and burgeoning romance marked it inimitably as a young women's dormitory.
  2. He also lent his marquee value and inimitably cocky voice to the role of lead rooster in Chicken Run, his other big hit.
  3. As he paces slowly forward, his crown is a mount of diadems, his train seems to stretch behind inimitably, borne by chubby pages with neat legs and little slim Court swords.

News

  • JOURNALISTS HAVE BECOME BARGAINING CHIPS IN SYRIA

    WASHINGTON -- Since they first emerged as historic characters late in the 19th century, foreign correspondents have played a crucial and inimitably romantic role in journalism. Foreign correspondents were, until World War II, almost always men -- and adventurous, searching, tough-minded men who would put their lives on the line by covering the "others" of the world, whether at peace, at war or ...
    on April 22, 2014     Source: Georgie Anne Geyer via Yahoo! News

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