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adjective. ['ˌɪmˈplɔzəbəl'] highly imaginative but unlikely.
Rhymes with Implausible
Sentences with implausible
Other lies are merely attempts to gain praise or attention, like an implausible story of a weekend adventure.
2. Verb, base form
These scenarios can range from very likely to implausible, but still possible.
Quotes about implausible
1. Reading 'Youth in Revolt' might have ruined my career because suddenly I wanted to abandon all the emotional truth of something and just go out far on a literary limb with completely implausible things that relied completely on voice and humor. And what saved me is realizing that I couldn't do that very well.
- Rob Thomas
2. I think anyone who opened their heart enough to love without restraint and subsequently were devastated by loss knows that in that moment you are forever changed; a apart of you is no longer whole. Some will never again love with that level of abandon where life is perceived as innocent and the threat of loss seems implausible. Love and loss, therefore, are linked.
- Donna Lynn Hope
adjective. ['ˌɪmˈplɔzəbəl'] having a quality that provokes disbelief.