inexplicability


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in·ex·pli·ca·ble

 (ĭn-ĕk′splĭ-kə-bəl, ĭn′ĭk-splĭk′ə-bəl)
adj.
Difficult or impossible to explain or account for.

in·ex′pli·ca·bil′i·ty, in·ex′pli·ca·ble·ness n.
in·ex′pli·ca·bly adv.
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Translations

inexplicability

nUnerklärlichkeit f, → Unerklärbarkeit f
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References in classic literature ?
But the inexplicability of the general's conduct dwelt much on her thoughts.
inexplicability is most employed by those close to the shooter, and
But just as the Sandy Hook massacre in Connecticut caused particular heartache because of the first-grade victims' innocence, so too does Mucad's death encapsulate the inexplicability of this man-made disaster.
It is easy to construe the mechanical inexplicability of organisms in more than one way.
And this dual inexplicability, rational and moral, attends the origins of tragic doom to which Sophocles's choruses allude also:
The meaning of silence is often found in these modern plays in the inexplicability of a world emptied of meaning and in the loss of direction and motivation.
However, general inexplicability of relations between collocation components leads some researchers such as Siyanova and Schmitt (2008) and Si-yanova-Chanturia and Spina (2015) to a claim that collocation knowledge is largely based on intuition that L2 learners might not possess.
The seriousness, unpleasantness, and inexplicability of the symptom of muscle tightness may lead patients to seek treatment.
By staging a series of tragic failures in empathy and intersubjective relations, Under the Skin asks us to face what Cora Diamond has called, in a powerful essay, "the difficulty of reality" (12) That phrase refers to "experiences in which we take something in reality to be resistant to our thinking it, or possibly to be painful in its inexplicability, difficult in that way, or perhaps awesome and astonishing in its inexplicability" (2003, 2-3).
The 4A manifesto, entitled ,,The Five Fundamentals of Atheism", pointed at ,,materialism, sense-based empiricism, biological evolution, the inexplicability of evil and suffering, and here-and-now happiness" (Schmidt 2016, 258).
On the inexplicability of the implicit: Differences in the information provided by implicit and explicit tests.
I seek to understand the merger of the Moors' and the Goths' histories, pushing beyond 'inextricability' and 'inexplicability', to quote Emily C.