unsearchable

Related to unsearchable: inexhaustible

un·search·a·ble

 (ŭn-sûr′chə-bəl)
adj.
Beyond search or investigation; inscrutable.

un·search′a·bly adv.
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unsearchable

(ʌnˈsɜːtʃəbəl)
n
a thing which is not able to be searched for
adj
incapable of being searched for
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At last, her shot being all expended, the child stood still and gazed at Hester, with that little laughing image of a fiend peeping out -- or, whether it peeped or no, her mother so imagined it -- from the unsearchable abyss of her black eyes.
Perchance there is another answer, though who am I, my father, that I, in my folly, should strive to search out the way of the Unsearchable? Perchance it is but a part of the great plan, a little piece of that pattern of which I spoke--the pattern on the cup that holds the waters of His wisdom.
how unsearchable are Thy judgments; and Thy ways past finding out!
The simplest person who in his integrity worships God, becomes God; yet for ever and ever the influx of this better and universal self is new and unsearchable. It inspires awe and astonishment.
What thanks sufficient, or what recompence Equal have I to render thee, Divine Hystorian, who thus largely hast allayd The thirst I had of knowledge, and voutsaf't This friendly condescention to relate Things else by me unsearchable, now heard VVith wonder, but delight, and, as is due, With glorie attributed to the high Creator; some thing yet of doubt remaines, VVhich onely thy solution can resolve.
Many organizations don't know how much information remains unstructured and unsearchable.
But when I read Jeremiah 33:3 He told us to, 'Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know.' I always think of that.
All images were extracted from the archives' websites, which, though visible to anyone, were often unsearchable. In some cases, the photos were also watermarked by the archive, or placed under various restrictions of use, despite copyright having been expired for years.
Pan Am 103 was designed to explode over the unsearchable Atlantic Ocean.
Video recordings once produced unwieldy and large files that were unsearchable and difficult to store and transfer.
The Oseberg CEO and co-founder said his main challenge to providing services to the oil and gas industry isn't that there are tens of thousands of unsearchable documents or that more than half aren't available online.<br />His issue is cultural.