unaccountably


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un·ac·count·a·ble

 (ŭn′ə-koun′tə-bəl)
adj.
1. Impossible to account for; inexplicable: unaccountable absences.
2. Free from accountability; not responsible: an executive unaccountable to anyone but the president.

un′ac·count′a·bil′i·ty n.
un′ac·count′a·bly adv.
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Adv.1.unaccountably - in an unaccountable manner; "in the book, a tycoon unaccountably becomes the hero's friend"
Translations
بصورَةٍ لا يُمْكِن تَفْسيرها
nevysvětlitelně
óútskÿranlega
anlaşılmaz bir şekilde

unaccountably

[ˈʌnəˈkaʊntəblɪ] ADV (= inexplicably) → inexplicablemente; (= strangely, incomprehensibly) → extrañamente
she was unaccountably latellegó inexplicablemente tarde
he felt unaccountably depressed/cheerfulse sentía extrañamente deprimido/animado

unaccountably

[ˌʌnəˈkaʊntəbli] advinexplicablement

unaccountably

advunerklärlicherweise; disappearauf unerklärliche Weise; an unaccountably long timeunerklärlich lange; unaccountably happyohne besonderen Grund glücklich

unaccountably

[ˌʌnəˈkaʊntəblɪ] adv (inexplicably) → inesplicabilmente, inspiegabilmente

unaccountable

(anəˈkauntəbl) adjective
that cannot be explained. his unaccountable absence.
ˌunacˈcountably adverb
in a way that cannot be explained. He was unaccountably late/ill.
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He was too unobservant a man to notice that Magdalen looked unaccountably startled, and Miss Garth unaccountably relieved, by his announcement of Frank's good fortune.
But Pip loved life, and all life's peaceable securities; so that the panic-striking business in which he had somehow unaccountably become entrapped, had most sadly blurred his brightness; though, as ere long will be seen, what was thus temporarily subdued in him, in the end was destined to be luridly illumined by strange wild fires, that fictitiously showed him off to ten times the natural lustre with which in his native Tolland County in Connecticut, he had once enlivened many a fiddler's frolic on the green; and at melodious even-tide, with his gay ha-ha!
Much depressed, and, to me, unaccountably so, I slowly descended to the street.
"In the meantime, we are staying for the night at some interesting place, the name of which I have unaccountably forgotten; and here I am in my room, writing to you at last--dying to know if Sir Jervis has yet thrown himself at your feet, and offered to make you Lady Redwood with magnificent settlements.
This incident agitated and disturbed me most unaccountably - unless you would account for it by saying that Cupid's arrows not only had been too sharp for me, but they were barbed and deeply rooted, and I had not yet been able to wrench them from my heart.
Saxon, still unaccountably fumbling with her hatpins, stole a glance at him.
It was still, complete, unknown, and full of a life that went on stealthily with a troubling effect of solitude; of a life that seemed unaccountably empty of anything that would stir the thought, touch the heart, give a hint of the ominous sequence of days.
And the next morning, the first indication the child gave of being awake was by popping up her head from the pillow, and making that other enquiry, which she had so unaccountably connected with her investigations about the scarlet letter --
Stryver inaugurated the Long Vacation with a formal proposal to take Miss Manette to Vauxhall Gardens; that failing, to Ranelagh; that unaccountably failing too, it behoved him to present himself in Soho, and there declare his noble mind.
Sometimes Miss M'Glashan made a freezing sojourn in the parlour; and then the task seemed unaccountably more difficult; but to Esther, who was all eyes and ears, her face alight with interest, his stream of language flowed without break or stumble, and his mind was ever fertile in ingenious evasions and -
When the time came for Philip to go Doctor South accompanied him to the station: he found himself unaccountably depressed.
(putting out of all question the value which men so unaccountably persist in setting on their own lives), impelled me, of necessity, to choose the alternative of felonious existence in preference to that of respectable death.