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incogitable

/ (ɪnˈkɒdʒɪtəbəl) /
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adjective
rare not to be contemplated; unthinkable
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Derived forms of incogitable

incogitability, noun
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How to use incogitable in a sentence

  • But this learned writer does not mention how we are to know when anything is ‘absolutely incogitable.’

  • The more incogitable a thing becomes, the more ignorant of it do we become—that is the natural supposition.

    James Frederick Ferrier|Elizabeth Sanderson Haldane
  • What falls out of consciousness becomes incogitable; it lapses, not into nothing, but into what is contradictory.

    James Frederick Ferrier|Elizabeth Sanderson Haldane
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