Inimitable definition

ĭ-nĭmĭ-tə-bəl
That cannot be imitated or matched; too good to be equaled or copied.
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Defying imitation; matchless.
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The definition of inimitable is a person or thing that's too good to be copied.

An example of inimitable is the feeling of being in love.

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Beyond imitation, surpassing all others, matchless.
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Origin of inimitable

  • Middle English from Latin inimitābilis in- not in–1 imitābilis imitable (from imitārī to imitate aim- in Indo-European roots)

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Middle French inimitable, from Latin inimitabilis, corresponding to in- +‎ imitable.

    From Wiktionary