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- adj. That cannot be imitated.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Inimitable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
So I read Saramago from that first sentence the way you read a writer whose style and technique, however impressive and overall unimitable, still makes sense right away.
Go in there to wanna-be environmentalists and give them a lifestyle makeover, served up with unimitable FCSGS attitude.
But Falstaff unimitated, unimitable Falstaff, how shall I describe thee?
But as the unimitable Pindare often did, so is that kind most capable and most fit, to awake the thoughts from the sleepe of idlenesse, to embrace honourable enterprises.
But as the unimitable Pindar often did, so is that kind most capable and most fit to awake the thoughts from the sleep of idleness, to embrace honorable enterprises.
It is hard to counterfeit the spirit of majesty, and the unimitable peculiarities of an incommunicable genius and condition.
But Falstaff, unimitated, unimitable Falstaff, how shall I describe thee! thou compound of sense and vice; of sense which may be admired, but not esteemed; of vice which may be despised, but hardly detested.
Arm is unimitable, and your Hand is dazling, fine, small, and plump; long-pointed Fingers, delicately turn'd; dimpl'd on the Snowy out-side, but adorn'd within with Rose, all over the soft Palm.
I had a set of these presented to me, and I gave 'em to the King's Theater, and it was the dress of the Indian Queen, infinitely admired by persons of quality; and was unimitable.
We having here more then half the Book filled with the unparallel'd, if not unimitable, adventures and
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