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undreamed of

adjective [not gradable]  /ʌnˈdrimdˌʌv/ (also undreamt of,  /ʌnˈdremˌtəv/) us  
better or greater than anyone would think possible: Through the Internet, we have access to information that was undreamed of 30 years ago.
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