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indescribable

adjective as in beyond words

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“Witnessing our young Marines and soldiers at the gates, navigating a confluence of humanity as raw and visceral as the world has ever seen, was indescribable,” Moulton said in a post on social media.

“It is an indescribable feeling to work toward something for 10 long years with heart and soul and finally have it come to fruition,” Dyar says.

Those two words merged together create an indescribable level of pain for those of us who have lost a loved one to war.

Although he had already earned critical acclaim for a previous role, Matt Damon once said it was “nearly indescribable” how the magnitude of his life changed after he and buddy Ben Affleck won best original screenplay for 1997′s “Good Will Hunting.”

Wilson Mizner, an early-20th-century raconteur, learned a thing or three about life during his indescribable 56-year ride on this wondrous planet.

Personality is that indescribable something that sets you off as a person.

The deliciousness of the meal and headiness of the wine are almost indescribable.

The air was full of indescribable suffering and questions for which I have no answers.

But he said he has fond memories of his “awesome” and “indescribable” experience working on Star Wars: Detours with Lucas.

In its wake, the Countess was overwhelmed by a feeling she could identify only as “indescribable loneliness.”

He threw into the last two words an indescribable sound of half-laughing contempt.

About thirty persons were killed, many more were wounded: and the whole city was filled with an indescribable consternation.

At the end of the opera the Emperors portrait was brought on the stage, and an indescribable tumult followed.

An indescribable feeling of tender affection has always drawn me to this child, to Marie's Marguerite.

His delight at finding himself the sole master of his little flat of three rooms was indescribable.

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On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to indescribable, such as: ineffable, sublime, unspeakable, impossible, incommunicable, and indefinable.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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