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Synonyms for unimaginably

to an unimaginable extent


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But there are also times when riders are so unimaginably stupid that every armchair jockey unites in justifiable rage.
The government has conceded what we knew all along - children in the last part of the 20th Century didn't suddenly become cleverer or begin developing unimaginably huge brain cells.
He once chased attendees around with a chainsaw, a job he describes as unimaginably fun.
As a Boston public middle school student in the 1990s, Jason endured three years of unimaginably vicious taunting, shunning, and physical attacks by his fellow students--and no teacher or administrator lifted a hand to help him.
Surprisingly, little is said about the formation of the heroic band of men and women who set out to fulfill that vision in a land of unimaginably harsh conditions.
This is a time when Taylor should be seen to be addressing the issue of cheap foreign labour, the issue of dwindling attendances, the issue of high-profile, unimaginably well-paid players besmirching the game's name.
The events of the twentieth century--both the unimaginably wondrous and unimaginably horrific--recede further and further away from what we perceive as "our times.
Eight of them were soon captured, and suffered unimaginably before they were barbarously executed.
However, when I glimpsed the worlds of the unimaginably wealthy art collectors (who buy my works), I was able to understand in a small way the differences that Warhol spoke of.
In war children are 'collateral damage'; that is horror enough, but to cold-bloodedly and deliberately target children is unimaginably evil.
The challenges they face are almost unimaginably daunting, even in the era of reality television.
That's how they might appear if light from them were distorted by a black hole--an unimaginably dense package of matter whose existence follows from Einstein's theories (SN: 9/29/01, p.
The trip from a refugee camp in Kenya to Tacoma, Washington is unimaginably far--much farther than the 36 hours it ok Nhial Guot to fly from Africa to the Pacific Northwest.
attack and would ''mete out unimaginably telling blows to the aggressors.
Abortion is now a monster so unimaginably gargantuan that even to think of stuffing it back into its cage (having fattened on the bodies of thirty million humans) is ludicrous beyond words.