[in-kom-pri-hen-suh-buh l, in-kom-]
- impossible to understand or comprehend; unintelligible.
- Archaic. limitless; not limited or capable of being limited.
Origin of incomprehensible
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1. baffling, bewildering, obscure.
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Connected with him and in his power I was most certainly and most incomprehensibly.The Pirate and The Three Cutters
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Connected with him and in his power I was, most certainly and most incomprehensibly.The Pirate
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- incapable of being understood; unintelligible
- archaic limitless; boundless
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Word Origin and History for incomprehensibly
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