Words nearby inconceivable
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Examples from the Web for inconceivable
Or—just as inconceivable and absurd—sentencing entire generations of North Korean families to labor camps.Gout or Out: North Korea’s No-Show Leader Keeps ‘Em Guessing|Kevin Bleyer|October 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This spring, the protests of the last few days were inconceivable.
We have to shorten the distance between inevitable and inconceivable.Square Deal, New Deal, and Now, From Hillary Clinton, a “Fair Shot”|Eleanor Clift|September 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
On Thursday, a nuclear exchange was, at least for most people, inconceivable.
For a small and fledgling army, open revolution was inconceivable.Anger at the Heart of Nelson Mandela’s Violent Struggle|Christopher Dickey|December 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But whereas before it had seemed nearer, it now seemed an inconceivable distance away, and all the more sinister for that.
It was inconceivable that she, a girl so utterly sensible, should have done so.Helen with the High Hand (2nd ed.)|Arnold Bennett
She was still young, and it was inconceivable to her that anything she loved so much should die.Audrey Craven|May Sinclair
And then, with inconceivable rapidity, we came back to the serenity and confidence which comes with daylight.The Mystery of the Sea|Bram Stoker
As into dust and air melted the inconceivable blossoms of life into mysterious words.Peter Schlemihl etc.|Adelbert Chamisso