Definition of Imaginarily

1. a. In a imaginary manner; in imagination.



Definition of Imaginarily

1. Adverb. In an imaginary way. ¹

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Definition of Imaginarily

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Imaginarily

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imagers
imagery
images
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imagesetters
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imagin'd
imaginability
imaginable
imaginableness
imaginably
imaginal
imaginal disc
imaginaries
imaginarily (current term)
imaginariness
imaginarinesses
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imaginary being
imaginary creature
imaginary number
imaginary numbers
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imaginary parts
imaginary place
imaginary unit
imaginary units

Literary usage of Imaginarily

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1. Buddhism in Tibet: Illustrated by Literary Documents and Objects of by Emil Schlagintweit (1863)
"imaginarily true according to man's knowledge. V. Of middle fortune, mediocre (the Lama said: imaginarily true, but doubtful). VI. imaginarily true, and bad ..."

2. The World's Sixteen Crucified Saviors, Or, Christianity Before Christ by Kersey Graves (1876)
"Several causes contributed to originate a belief in the offices imaginarily assigned to divine God-descended Mediators, Redeemers, and Intercessors. 1. ..."

3. The Indiana School Journal by Indiana State Teachers Association (1871)
"We measure most conveniently either from an imaginarily perfect non-attendance, every pupil present all the time; or from an imaginarily perfect ..."

4. The Consolations of Science: Or, Contributions from Science to the Hope of by Jacob Straub (1888)
"... and the injury was in each case in the form of the injury imaginarily seen. In this case there was no sudden impulse of the mind—no startle or fright. ..."

5. General Physiology; Or, Physiological Theory of Cosmos: A Rectification of by Camilo Calleja (1890)
"... imaginarily deprived of their derived parts as nuclei, membranes, and fibres, and also imaginarily deprived of all living functions except nutrition, ..."

6. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1899)
"Many testify to taking hundred- mile steps, for jumping contests imaginarily performed in sleep are of such a character as would excite the admiration of ..."

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