impenetrableness


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im·pen·e·tra·ble

 (ĭm-pĕn′ĭ-trə-bəl)
adj.
1. Impossible to penetrate or enter: an impenetrable fortress.
2. Impossible to understand; incomprehensible: impenetrable jargon.
3. Impervious to sentiment or argument: an impenetrable heart.

im·pen′e·tra·ble·ness n.
im·pen′e·tra·bly adv.
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Noun1.impenetrableness - incomprehensibility by virtue of being too dense to understand
incomprehensibility - the quality of being incomprehensible
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Berhan and Sastry [18, 19] figured out that the error could exceed 4% for CNTs with aspect ratio less than 400 if impenetrableness was not taken into consideration.
By contrast, the Palestinian sovereignty is void, and it is only a shell of a sovereignty, not because it is lacking the ability to maintain cohesiveness and resistance to these regular violations by Israel, but, rather, in its being constructed, a priori, as porous, as deprived of this essential impenetrableness.
Titus finds himself kidnapped, transported and embroiled in political machinations that only enhance the impenetrableness of the prophecy he is (supposedly) destined to interpret and help fulfill.