undiscoverable


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undiscoverable

(ˌʌndɪˈskʌvərəbəl)
adj
unable to be discovered or found out
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.undiscoverable - not able to be ascertainedundiscoverable - not able to be ascertained; resisting discovery
indeterminable, undeterminable - not capable of being definitely decided or ascertained
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And already the site of the house is undiscoverable, the location of the stone walls may be deduced from the configuration of the landscape, and I am renewing the battle, putting in angora goats to browse away the brush that has overrun Haska's clearing and choked Haska's apple trees to death.
But suddenly as he peered down and down into its depths, he profoundly saw a white living spot no bigger than a white weasel, with wonderful celerity uprising, and magnifying as it rose, till it turned, and then there were plainly revealed two long crooked rows of white, glistening teeth, floating up from the undiscoverable bottom.
And she had taken no great trouble about it either: she had not hidden herself away in an undiscoverable hole; she had boldly settled down in a city of exhibition.
This may not be a cheering prospect; but we shall at least be freed from the vain search for the undiscovered and undiscoverable essence of the term species.
The foreboding of some undiscoverable danger lying hid from us all in the darkness of the future was strong on me.
I - a- I'll know nobody - and - a - say nothing - and - a - live nowhere - until I have crushed - to - a - undiscoverable atoms - the - transcendent and immortal hypocrite and perjurer - HEEP!'
Five centuries had to pass before scholars succeeded in demonstrating that the asserted author, 'Sir John Mandeville,' never existed, that the real author is undiscoverable, and that this pretended account of his journeyings over all the known and imagined world is a compilation from a large number of previous works.
The rest of his face was almost undiscoverable, being masked with a matted beard and whiskers through which the nose could barely thrust itself, and further buried in a squalid red scarf or handkerchief.
"Where is the use of doing me good in any way, beneficent spirit, when, at some fatal moment, you will again desert me--passing like a shadow, whither and how to me unknown, and for me remaining afterwards undiscoverable?
The horror of being shut out all night, by some undiscoverable agency, from the life of the house, was stronger in her than the horror of looking across the Banqueting-Hall.
Shadow banning, as the platform defines it, is deliberately making someone's content undiscoverable to everyone except the person who posted it, unbeknownst to the original poster.
This is one of the mechanisms through which it is supposed that 'everything that is formulated in discourse was already articulated in that semi-silence that precedes it, which continues to run obstinately beneath it, but which it covers and silences.' (17) Henderson's reflections on the 'carrying stream' of the 'folk process' might be understood in similar terms: it is a name for what is undiscoverable in its totality, but by naming it and identifying it when we encounter it, we find ourselves effacing the very phenomena we were trying to describe.