The word imaginable can be used in two different ways. The first way is to describe something that is possible, but unlikely. The second way is to describe something that is impossible but possible to imagine.

  • It's hard to imagine living in a world without computers, but that's imaginable.

  • It's impossible to imagine living without water, but that's imaginable.

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Example Sentences for imaginable

  • 1

    Nothing conceivable, utterable, perceivable or imaginable is left out.

  • 2

    He could only live in the world through the fantasy of his imaginative art.

  • 3

    I think the problem often lies in the users not being careful or imaginative.

  • 4

    I think it is my lack of imagination that I can only see meanness in it.

  • 5

    They are not figments of the imagination

  • 6

    Imagine the sound of comic opera, then imagine the sound of oratorio.

  • 7

    That's the worst crime imaginable.

  • 8

    The name catches the imagination.

  • 9

    The statue above is imaginative.

  • 10

    This stimulated the imagination of the architect.