unimaginary


unimaginary

adjective

  1. existing only in the imagination or fancy; not real; fancied: an imaginary illness; the imaginary animals in the stories of Dr. Seuss.

noun, plural im·ag·i·nar·ies.

  1. Mathematics. imaginary number.

adjective

  1. existing in the imagination; unreal; illusory
  2. maths involving or containing imaginary numbers. The imaginary part of a complex number, z, is usually written Im z

adj.“not real,” late 14c., ymaginaire, from imagine + -ary; or else from Late Latin imaginarius “seeming, fancied,” from imaginari. Imaginary friend (one who does not exist) attested by 1789.

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