Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Of or relating to the imagination; imaginary.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Pertaining to, involving, or caused by, imagination.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Pertaining to, involving, or caused by imagination.

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

imagination +‎ -al

Examples

  • Plenty of women can achieve orgasm through emotional or imaginational stimulation alone.

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  • Plenty of women can achieve orgasm through emotional or imaginational stimulation alone.

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  • But real life differs from artistic; it has not so many imaginational possibilities.

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  • I'm utilizing stark, amorphous lines to trace the movement and human experience of the non-linear and imaginational realms.

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  • The best descriptions come in the form of bizarre imaginational juxtapositions: early Cat Power mixed with Soul Coughing; The Arab Strap &

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  • "Reading a book, and taking the time to ruminate and make inferences and engage the imaginational processing, is more cognitively enriching, without doubt, than the short little bits that you might get if you're into the 30-second digital mode," said Ken Pugh, a cognitive neuroscientist at Yale who has studied brain scans of children reading.

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  • Of course, I really love it when combined with hypnotic hyper-acuity and hyperempiria, but our purpose here is to introduce the concept in a simple and straightforward form that anyone can enjoy . . . by focusing on short setups that can lead into interesting imaginational visualizations that anyone can enjoy by reading the short setup script and then simply . . . breathing in, breathing out, closing one's eyes, and letting fantasy take flight.

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  • Of course, I really love it when combined with hypnotic hyper-acuity and hyperempiria, but our purpose here is to introduce the concept in a simple and straightforward form that anyone can enjoy . . . by focusing on short setups that can lead into interesting imaginational visualizations that anyone can enjoy by reading the short setup script and then simply . . . breathing in, breathing out, closing one's eyes, and letting fantasy take flight.

    Life of Brian:

  • “Reading a book, and taking the time to ruminate and make inferences and engage the imaginational processing, is more cognitively enriching, without doubt, than the short little bits that you might get if you’re into the 30-second digital mode,” said Ken Pugh, a cognitive neuroscientist at Yale who has studied brain scans of children reading.

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