unintelligibly[ uhn-in-tel-i-juh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF unintelligibly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNINTELLIGIBLY
He called back one of the Zaptiehs and muttered to him unintelligibly in Turkish.
He read through a sermon after dinner, unintelligibly and even inaudibly.
So Fanny regained life and consciousness; she no longer chattered oddly and unintelligibly, but lay very still and quiet.
Then it began to whir again in the locust speech of the Martian commentator, explaining rapidly, unintelligibly.
They unintelligibly hailed me, and I replied with inarticulate but cheerful sounds, and hurried forward to get into my gaiters.
That volume of poems so unintelligibly obscure to all but the dreaming young, who are so unintelligibly obscure to themselves.
John Junior muttered again, inaudibly to Miss Lambkin, but not unintelligibly.
He called to them unintelligibly, stumbling up the sharp hill, and pointing to the boots.
His brain was burning and his mind all abroad: he tossed from side to side and talked vehemently—but even to Helen unintelligibly.
And so on and so on, more conjugal talk pattering softly and unintelligibly, until they were both ready to go down to tea.