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imaginable

  
1       adj   You use imaginable after a superlative such as `best' or `worst' to emphasize that something is extreme in some way.  
adj-superl n ADJ, adj-superl ADJ n     (emphasis)    (=conceivable)  
...their imprisonment under some of the most horrible circumstances imaginable...     
2       adj   You use imaginable after a word like `every' or `all' to emphasize that you are talking about all the possible examples of something. You use imaginable after `no' to emphasize that something does not have the quality mentioned.  
ADJ n, n ADJ     (emphasis)    (=possible)  
Parents encourage every activity imaginable.     
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imaginable

  
  
believable, comprehensible, conceivable, credible, likely, plausible, possible, supposable, thinkable, under the sun, within the bounds of possibility  
  
Antonyms     
   impossible, incomprehensible, inconceivable, incredible, unbelievable, unimaginable, unlikely, unthinkable  

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