unfathomable[ uhn-fath -uh-muh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF unfathomable
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And with her straight, unfathomable glance she answered that she would be so, of course.
His eyes were dark, and they held an unfathomable melancholy.
As she turned to go her eyes thanked him with an unfathomable glance.
Is it pale and gray with heat, full of sunshine, and unfathomable in depth?
They had leant, so to say, one on the other above an unfathomable depth, attracted to it by its horror.
The greed of that absurd monster is incalculable, unfathomable, inconceivable.
The most amazing wonder of the deep is its unfathomable cruelty.
Unfathomable power of the god who conquers all human beings!
This, they seemed to say, is no unfathomable roguery of penniless adventurers.
There seemed to be an echo in the silent wood of his unfathomable honesty.