unimaginable in a sentence

LeCorbusier described Manhattan as that vertical city with unimaginable diamonds.

The next generation of computers will have capabilities which are unimaginable today.

The war in El Salvador put an unimaginable strain on families, with many deaths and disappearances of family members.

Lynas: It’s a scenario which is so extreme it’s almost unimaginable.

If TR4 were to spread into this region, the effects would be unimaginable.”

You’ve reached them all in ways unimaginable,” another woman told Pence-Brown.

The Greek people have suffered an unimaginable hardship, Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.

No matter the circumstances, it is a time of unimaginable sadness for all involved.”

It essentially takes the life of another child and causes unimaginable heartache for others.

We will lead this fight together with you against those who did such unimaginable things to you.

These so-called “comfort women” suffered unimaginable physical, emotional, and psychological trauma.

His latest book is unimaginable Atrocities: Justice, Politics, and Rights at the War Crimes Tribunals.