unconceivable

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The responsibility of the individual to his government was unconceivable and inconceivable.

But when we make a generall assertion, unlesse it be a true one, the possibility of it is unconceivable.

The immortality of the soul is as unconceivable as, in all strictness, is its absolute mortality.