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inimitable
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Emma
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  • Is not this room rich in specimens of your landscapes and flowers; and has not Mrs. Weston some inimitable figure-pieces in her drawing-room, at Randalls?
  • Later in the morning, and just as the girls were going to separate in preparation for the regular four o’clock dinner, the hero of this inimitable charade walked in again.
  • "You, sir, may say any thing," cried Mr. Elton, "but I must confess that I regard it as a most happy thought, the placing of Miss Smith out of doors; and the tree is touched with such inimitable spirit!

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  • She said it in her inimitable style.
  • Distracted from the road, Colin watched as she gave him the slightest version of her inimitable smile.
    John Green  --  An Abundance of Katherines

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