unsoundable


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unsoundable

(ʌnˈsaʊndəbəl)
adj
1. obsolete inappropriate
2. infinitely deep
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Adj.1.unsoundable - too deep to determine the depth of
unfathomable - of depth; not capable of being sounded or measured
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The very perception, on the other hand, of godlike depths, unsoundable capacities for good and evil, in human nature, also leads these writers to render their protagonists in ways that destabilize any monolithic system of causation, set off a fluid movement among different orders of causation, some of them complementary or mutually reinforcing, others even mutually contradictory.
She is youthful, and of Jewish aspect, has eyes of unsoundable depth, and black abundant hair, which is not glossy but instead is pointedly signalled as Jewish: 'a dark glory such as crowns no Christian maiden's head' (iv, 48).