undescribable


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undescribable

(ˌʌndɪˈskraɪbəbəl)
adj
a variant of indescribable
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undescribable

adjective
That cannot be described:
Idioms: beyond description, defying description.
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As animated, as diversified, as social, but with circumstances of superiority undescribable.
But taking timely warning, and leaving many things unsaid on this topic, let us not longer omit our homage to the Efficient Nature, natura naturans, the quick cause before which all forms flee as the driven snows; itself secret, its works driven before it in flocks and multitudes, (as the ancient represented nature by Proteus, a shepherd,) and in undescribable variety.
Wilfred said, with a voice utterly undescribable: "I told Norman myself to beware of the thunderbolt."
(37) Brian Copenhaver explains how Aquinas developed the theory of specific and substantial forms in part to explain "the undescribable or occult properties that Galen, Avicenna, and other physicians ascribed to the whole substance" of certain mysterious medicines and cures that were "impressed by the heavens." (38) Human conception was another process that seemed mysterious because it could not be observed.
McBride, of course being under the impression that he was forced off third-base, attempted to run home, and amidst a scene of undescribable confusion, the Umpire decided that Fisler was also out, "caught on the fly" by Force, but on what rule he based that decision, we confess that we are at a loss to know, as the ball just momentarily touched Force's hands and was not held long enough to constitute a catch.
She had features that were undescribable and her pitiful medical condition will stay in my mind forever.
Cassie's sister Nadine also penned a moving statement, read out in court, which said: "The pain of losing my sister is undescribable. I have cried every day since, crying so much I could hardly breathe.
thereby isolated, that present suddenly engulfs the subject with undescribable vividness, a materiality of perception properly overwhelming, which effectively dramatizes the power of the material ...
"We have been in contention each time since the Great Club Challenge was instigated three years ago but to eventually come out winning is undescribable.
described as "undescribable." This is more than sheer teratological exuberance, however: it is an assault on conventional reality.
"Incomplete Written Contracts: Undescribable States of Nature." Quarterly Journal of Economics, 109, 1994, 1085-124.
Martin McGregor, head of the Welsh Bone Marrow Donor Register, said: "When anyone is diagnosed with cancer or blood disorders, the hope that a bone marrow donor can give is undescribable.