"I'd—" His voice husked into unintelligibility, and he had to begin again.
Clearly the antiquity of the title is proved by this unintelligibility.
They are cast in the American language, and liberally enriched with unintelligibility.
But I must consider what I can do to remedy the unintelligibility.
This is exasperating—a clear insinuation of unintelligibility.
All that is required is to derive a certain starting-point from the hodge-podge of uncertainties and unintelligibility.
To all these queries the Genie returned evasive answers; he was Delphic to the verge of unintelligibility.
The course of ages had brought an unintelligibility into public worship.
Language of this kind, by virtue of its unintelligibility, set Mr. Herbert Fellingham's acute speculations at work.
The system of Spinosa—for I allude to him—is, it is true, in ill repute for its obscureness and unintelligibility.