imag-, imagi-

(Latin: representation, likeness, picture, appearance, idea)

inimaginable (adjective), more inimaginable, most inimaginable
Inconceivable; incredible; unbelievable: The damage the earthquake caused to the area was inimaginable and horrifying.
seismic imaging
Seismic imaging directs an intense sound source into the ground to evaluate subsurface conditions and to detect high concentrations of contamination.

Receivers called geophones, analogous to microphones, pick up “echoes” that come back up through the ground and record the intensity and time of the “echo” on computers.

Data processing turns these signals into images of the geologic structure. This technology is similar in principle to active electromagnetic survey technology.

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unimaginable (adjective), more unimaginable, most unimaginable
1. Impossible to envisage: Sometimes Mary thought that it was completely unimaginable that there was so much suffering in the world, but true nevertheless.
2. Totally unlikely; impossible, inconceivable: It was unimaginable and out of the question that Jack would get the top scholarship since his grades were not all great and some were under average.
unimaginably (adverb), more unimaginably, most unimaginably
Pertaining to how something is unbelievable; unthinkably; inconceivably: Some of the world's skyscrapers are unimaginably high and disappear into the clouds above!
unimaginative, unimaginativeness
1. Dealing only with concrete facts.
2. Deficient in originality or creativity; lacking powers of invention.
3. Lacking spontaneity or originality or individuality; stereotyped.
4. Unable to think of new or interesting ideas, plans, or situations.
5. Boring and without new ideas.
1. Without imagination.
2. In a matter-of-fact manner.
1. Not imagined even in a dream.
2. Not conceived.

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving word units dealing with "form, shape, appearance": eido-; figur-; form-; icono-; ideo-; morpho-; -oid; typo-.