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Synonyms for unimaginably

to an unimaginable extent


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It was, on any view, an unimaginably disgusting thing to do," the judge said.
When the doors to the original Grand Central Depot on the (then) remote 42nd street were officially opened to New Yorkers in 1871, it was as part of a wildly different city, and crucially, an unimaginably different skyline.
IANS Ahmedabad The Congress on Thursday alleged that the BJP government in Gujarat had let four private companies -- Adani, ESSAR, Tata and China Light Power -- to"squander"Rs26,000 crore of the public exchequer by purchasing electricity from them at"unimaginably high rates"in a"huge power purchase scam"in the state.
"We have specially trained officers and staff offering them support at this unimaginably difficult time."
"In unimaginably appalling conditions, Captain Chavasse saved the lives of many of his men, losing his own as a consequence in 1917.
Petition creator Chris Collier wrote: "My thoughts are with the Lowery family at this unimaginably difficult time.
Following the ensuing trial, the relationship between the trio becomes unimaginably toxic, with life-changing consequences.
The buzz created by the write-up unimaginably escalated, earning the ire of the two actors.
"Dismemberment abortion is unimaginably cruel and has no place in Mississippi," Whitehead said.
I hope it will help those families who are going through unimaginably difficult times, at a time of year that must be particularly difficult for them."
Simon Cowell says: "I have worked with these inspirational charities for many years and I'm delighted that The X Factor winner's single sales will help families who are going through such unimaginably difficult times."
Even in death, the birds shot and left to decay in heaps, are being used to lure wildlife to an unimaginably brutal end.
"They rose to the occasion, while obviously being in unimaginably tragic circumstances."