undecipherable


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undecipherable

(ˌʌndɪˈsaɪfərəbəl)
adj
not able to be deciphered
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.undecipherable - not easily decipheredundecipherable - not easily deciphered; "indecipherable handwriting"
illegible - (of handwriting, print, etc.) not legible; "illegible handwriting"
Translations

undecipherable

[ˌʌndɪˈsaɪfərəbl] ADJindescifrable

undecipherable

adj handwritingunleserlich, schwer zu entziffernd attr; code, signsnicht entzifferbar
References in classic literature ?
Indeed, certain parts of the manuscript are almost undecipherable. I have agreed to do the work for forty kopecks a sheet.
Like those mystic rocks, too, the mystic-marked whale remains undecipherable. This allusion to the Indian rocks reminds me of another thing.
There was then a mighty production of papers on the part of the cocked hats, and a calling over of names, and great work of signing, sealing, stamping, inking, and sanding, with exceedingly blurred, gritty, and undecipherable results.
The priest looked at him very earnestly, but with a baffling and undecipherable face.
And he waved his burning cigar before him in the darkness, making irregular squares so rapidly that Flambeau really seemed to see them as fiery hieroglyphics upon the darkness--hieroglyphics such as his friend had spoken of, which are undecipherable, yet can have no good meaning.
What I find of more concern to the populace at large is the undecipherable interpretation by a judge that cyclist Robert Hazeldean is set to pay out thousands of pounds in damages to a pedestrian who walked into his path while scrutinising her mobile phone in the middle of a road.
A mixture of abbreviations, acronyms and street slang imported from all around the world via the worldwide web means that today's teenagers speak a lingo which seems undecipherable by anybody much over the age of 25.
Pressed to the wall, the police most reluctantly scribbled an undecipherable labyrinthine called an FIR.
When Liverpool were serial winners, Bob Paisley took a seat in the main stand and spoke in a generally undecipherable Wearside accent.
Her message seems foreign and undecipherable. However, I feel a tinge of comfort upon hearing her clear voice, for my heart has affirmed her as part of me.
WE all have dreams sometimes they are pure undecipherable fantasy, others may be hopes for the future - and of course, there are nightmares!
Second, who is to judge that what is promised (such as undecipherable by another party) is true.