unsearchable


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Related to unsearchable: inexhaustible

un·search·a·ble

 (ŭn-sûr′chə-bəl)
adj.
Beyond search or investigation; inscrutable.

un·search′a·bly adv.

unsearchable

(ʌnˈsɜːtʃəbəl)
n
a thing which is not able to be searched for
adj
incapable of being searched for
References in classic literature ?
At last, her shot being all expended, the child stood still and gazed at Hester, with that little laughing image of a fiend peeping out -- or, whether it peeped or no, her mother so imagined it -- from the unsearchable abyss of her black eyes.
how unsearchable are Thy judgments; and Thy ways past finding out
The simplest person who in his integrity worships God, becomes God; yet for ever and ever the influx of this better and universal self is new and unsearchable.
What thanks sufficient, or what recompence Equal have I to render thee, Divine Hystorian, who thus largely hast allayd The thirst I had of knowledge, and voutsaf't This friendly condescention to relate Things else by me unsearchable, now heard VVith wonder, but delight, and, as is due, With glorie attributed to the high Creator; some thing yet of doubt remaines, VVhich onely thy solution can resolve.
Without SEO, businesses are as good as gone, unsearchable through Google and other major search engines.
Furthermore, content associated with apps is largely unsearchable, creating an expanding zone of dark data inaccessible from traditional search engines.
7) The online databases that do contain tribal laws are "incomplete and are often plagued by broken links, outdated laws, unsearchable documents, and unreadable images.
Council tables are Horti conclusi, (as it is said in the Canticles) Gardens that are walled in, and they are fontes signati, wells that are sealed up; bottomless depths of unsearchable counsels there.
I have said indeed that we often saw an evident good spring from a palpable evil, and given instances to prove, that, by the wonderful direction of unsearchable Providence, robbers, murderers, and the worst malefactors were sometimes made instrumental to great deliverances in distress, and remarkable blessings which God wrought and conferr'd on the innocent and industrious.
5) Everywhere "abysmal, unsearchable and infinite multiplicity" governs--as stated by Jacob Bohme, whom Babbitt rightly considers as being "a romantic authority.
What's more, copyright and policy issues will keep content tied up in unsearchable ways, while corporate issues will continue to affect the availability of information.
How unsearchable are his judgments and how inscrutable his ways