impossibly


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Antonyms for impossibly

to a degree impossible of achievement

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Immediately flying to the bell, and calling for mulled wine as impetuously as if it had been wanted for instant use in the recovery of some person apparently drowned, the single gentleman made Kit's mother swallow a bumper of it at such a high temperature that the tears ran down her face, and then hustled her off to the chaise again, where--not impossibly from the effects of this agreeable sedative--she soon became insensible to his restlessness, and fell fast asleep.
Andy is a small-town girl in her first job out of college, trying to navigate a world she's only glimpsed in print -- while surviving her impossibly demanding new boss.
The daughter of a storefront evangelist, she finds herself impossibly pregnant as her 15th birthday approaches.
Almost worse is that Liz's mother has become impossibly crippled by grief: she is withdrawn, angry, and now caught up in a strange spiritualist church where she believes her dead mother (Liz's grandmother) speaks to her.
Toward the end, parachutes descend through murky ether for an impossibly long time.
I know it's sappy, boilerplate, impossibly soapy, and woefully lacking in girl action, and I know that for all those reasons and more, liking it makes me a bad lesbian, but I can't help it.
As usual with extrapolations of the present, the moral content is high and the focus impossibly broad -- health, knowledge, the environment, work, the twenty-first century, and so on.
Impossibly busy, impossibly stuffed full of history, impossibly loaded with art treasures, impossibly crowded with tourists.
A trio of silver fairies (led by the dazzling Sharon Wehner), joined by Puck and two golden male counterparts, toss off an impossibly fast divertissement.
In fact, should any diamonds be recovered, they must not be used to assign any values to the gravels, as the multiplication factor used in converting from the small sample size to cubic yards would indicate an impossibly high number.
The impossibly adorable George gets in a fair share of trouble.
Of course, the medium and its exhaustive casting procedures are, here, kitsch, as are the tingles of curiosity and rage--which are expressed not only in the works' musings on adult bodies and their frailties and lures but in the show's underlying desire to overthrow or join some impossibly grand sculptural tradition.
And the RESOWI centre tries to demonstrate this on an almost impossibly large scale.
Her unwavering physical strength a metaphor for her sureness of purpose, Li executed a series of twists, head-stands, and impossibly low penchee arabesques.