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  • When we consider the past imaginatively, we have some ground to stand on. Cited from Books and Habits from the Lectures of Lafcadio Hearn, by Lafcadio Hearn
  • She was giving herself imaginatively to fate, not as herself, but merely as a human life. Cited from The Way of Ambition, by Robert Hichens
  • She could not always imaginatively keep in mind the effect of her own radiance, especially under such circumstances. Cited from The Old Wives' Tale, by Arnold Bennett
  • Perhaps she had never imaginatively realized that actual people did in fact go to South Africa. Cited from The Price of Love, by Arnold Bennett
  • She takes everything dramatically, imaginatively, goes straight from it to life, and back again. Cited from Marcella, by Mrs. Humphry Ward [AKA: Mary Augusta Arnold Ward]
  • He imaginatively records both his sensations and those of his wife.
  • We know what he means, but his words do not accurately or imaginatively convey this meaning. Cited from The Poetry Of Robert Browning, by Stopford A. Brooke
  • It achieved a combination of good quality design and economy while responding imaginatively to its site.
  • Berkeley claimed that a person's active mind can imaginatively generate ideas at will.
  • Then, too, the mountain-glory and the mountain-gloom are again and again imaginatively described and loved. Cited from The High Deeds of Finn and other Bardic Romances of Ancient Ireland
  • But to enter into that life imaginatively, and to conceive it, he found impossible. Cited from Dreamthorp, by Alexander Smith
  • As before their first meeting, and in spite of it, he became more and more imaginatively preoccupied with him. Cited from Robert Elsmere, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • Indeed, I could imaginatively frame for her, speech that I could not, myself, deliver. Cited from The Jervaise Comedy, by J. D. Beresford
  • As usual, Dickens drew upon many real people and places but imaginatively transformed them in his novel.
  • This fact must be grasped imaginatively; it must be seen and felt. Cited from The Human Machine, by E. Arnold Bennett
  • The site has been imaginatively preserved to give an impression of Victorian industrial and rural life.
  • He draws the material for his writing from his rich experience and transforms it imaginatively into a powerful image of life.
  • The video lacks sense when imaginatively staged as middle-class and white.
  • He is imaginatively never so much at home as in the night, but he is aware not only of the night, but of the stars. Cited from Old and New Masters, by Robert Lynd
  • He had an astonishing gift for imaginatively putting himself in the place of other people. Cited from Buried Alive: A Tale of These Days, by Arnold Bennett
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Meaning of imaginatively

  • adverb With imagination
    the room was decorated very imaginatively