imaginativeness : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the formation of a mental image of something that is not perceived as real and is not present to the senses
- But Outward Bound comes off better than "well-preserved," still retains its humor, imaginativeness, suspense and its more elusive quality of "theatre.
- Possessed is not quite top grade, but most of it is filmed with unusual imaginativeness and force.
- What colors Beggar on Horseback, for example, is the pleasantly housebroken imaginativeness of Marc Connelly; what colors The Royal Family is the romantic bustle of Edna Ferber.
- Barkha Dutt in Mangalorean.com
NDTV managing editor Barkha Dutt, writing in The Khaleej Times, said, "Most of us marvel at the ingenuity and imaginativeness of sting operations, defend their right to exist and will argue that if well-used they are an invaluable tool for justice....