inconceivable

[ in-kuh n-see-vuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF inconceivable
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What other motive they can have, is to us, at least, inconceivable.

In reality they were jealous of each other with an inconceivable intensity.

There is no action of our soul on our body; that would be inconceivable.

That one man had lived, escaped the net—it was inconceivable!

The crew of the Avenger is an inconceivable ship's complement for any pirate.

If not-being is inconceivable, how can not-being be refuted?

More; for less than two are inconceivable, one good, the other evil.

How inconceivable too, that he should make the citizens worse when he has to live with them.

For it was inconceivable that he should now take Rosamund to his hareem.

It's inconceivable that you could have done these things if you didn't care for me.

WORD ORIGIN

1630s, from in- (1) "not, opposite of" + conceivable. Related: Inconcievably. An Old English word for this was unasmeagendlic.

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