unspeakably


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un·speak·a·ble

 (ŭn-spē′kə-bəl)
adj.
1. Beyond description; inexpressible: unspeakable happiness.
2. Inexpressibly bad or objectionable: unspeakable poverty.
3. Not to be spoken: unspeakable thoughts.

un·speak′a·ble·ness n.
un·speak′a·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unspeakably - to an inexpressible degreeunspeakably - to an inexpressible degree; "she was looking very young tonight, and, as usual, indescribably beautiful, in a simple strapless dress of a green and white silky cotton"
Translations
بصورَةٍ لا توصَف
nepopsatelně
viîbjóîslega
neopísateľne
anlatılamayacak şekilde

unspeakably

[ʌnˈspiːkəblɪ] ADV to suffer unspeakablysufrir lo indecible
it was unspeakably badfue horroroso

unspeakably

unspeakably

[ʌnˈspiːkəblɪ] advindicibilmente

unspeakable

(anˈspiːkəbl) adjective
that cannot be expressed in words, especially because too bad to describe. his unspeakable cruelty/rudeness.
unˈspeakably adverb
The house is unspeakably filthy.
References in classic literature ?
MY BELOVED MAKAR ALEXIEVITCH,--I am unspeakably rejoiced at your good fortune, and fully appreciate the kindness of your superior.
If you will, therefore, have the unspeakably great kindness of taking my part with her, and persuading her to send Sir James away, I shall be more obliged to you than it is possible for me to express.
To a man of my sentiments it is unspeakably gratifying to be able to say this.
Unspeakably frightened, I turned and saw a portly, kind-faced gentleman, who asked:
There was something fungoid in the oily brown skin, something in the clumsy deliberation of the tedi- ous movements unspeakably nasty.
He was so ungainly, so pimply about the head, so scaly about the legs, yet so serene, so unspeakably satisfied
There was something either in that smile or the recollections it awakened that was particularly displeasing to her, for she suddenly assumed again that proud, chilly look that had so unspeakably roused my aversion at church - a look of repellent scorn, so easily assumed, and so entirely without the least distortion of a single feature, that, while there, it seemed like the natural expression of the face, and was the more provoking to me, because I could not think it affected.
But, however, Hatfield was most uncommonly audacious, unspeakably complimentary, and unprecedentedly tender--tried to be so, at least--he didn't succeed very well in THAT, because it's not his vein.
She could compare it to nothing she had ever seen, and the garnet lights which it emitted were unspeakably rare.
Exactly as I would speak of my nearest personal friends or enemies, or my most familiar neighbors, he spoke of Sir Bedivere, Sir Bors de Ganis, Sir Launcelot of the Lake, Sir Galahad, and all the other great names of the Table Round -- and how old, old, unspeakably old and faded and dry and musty and ancient he came to look as he went on
To me there was something unspeakably uncomfortable in the solemn dead silences that always followed this old person's tremendous outpourings of his feelings.
I relinquished my labour of agony, and turned consoled at once: unspeakably consoled.