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- v. Present participle of unimagine.
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Hugo – a musician so good, they named him bloody "Hugo" – says this bumdiddle plunky clunky bluegrass unimagining of Jay-Z's classic got the seal of approval from the big man himself, and has been doing the rounds online for over a year now.
He lives without rushing hourly towards suicide, because his soul, with all its noble aspirations and imaginations, is sunk at the bottom of his stomach, and lies torpid there, unaspiring, unimagining, unconsidering, as if it were the vital principle of a mere _four_-footed beaver.