indescribably

[ in-di-skrahy-buh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF indescribably
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Indescribably eerie was the look of Preston that Sunday morning.

I was indescribably grieved to read of the death of Nightingale.

It was a Sunday and we were in the tent, indescribably glad of a day's rest.

It was indescribably bitter to think that he was no longer the hero she had thought him to be.

And there were other sounds, indescribably faint, yet strangely clear.

The shadows were indescribably fascinating; they were so horrible and amusing!

It was unmusical, unbeautiful, unlively, and indescribably doleful.

That night the scene of our camp was indescribably romantic and wild.

The view it commands of the Water Works is indescribably fine.

In the midst of that absolute darkness the effect was indescribably weird.

WORD ORIGIN

1794, from in- (1) "not, opposite of" + describable (see describe). Related: Indescribably; indescribability. In same sense, Old English had unasecgendlic.

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