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Those policies are typically indecipherable legalese and vary from one platform to another.
Bankruptcy can be a maddeningly complex process, all but indecipherable to those who need it most to get out from the crushing burden of debt.
A silver bucket adorned with indecipherable white symbols sits amid candles and small wooden figures of African gods.
Yet how, in this age of protean trends and indecipherable jargon, are we to draw the line?
Nuclear jargon has evolved into a code that is indecipherable to the layman.
His edits often were indecipherable, mysterious marks on the side of the page written with a Sharpie.
Although Valentine and his two comrades might interrogate the desert, it remained dumb and indecipherable as a closed book.The Pirates of the Prairies|Gustave Aimard
And what a strange and indecipherable "crypto-porticus" would the "Twopenny Tube" prove to some future Middleton of the ages?Highways and Byways in London|Mrs. E. T. Cook.
Stoddard looked down at the shameful old man with eyes that were indecipherable.The Power and the Glory|Grace MacGowan Cooke
But what an indecipherable riddle was this building, standing on a site of the Eocene period!The Tremendous Event|Maurice Leblanc
It satisfied in some measure the vague, indecipherable yearning of my soul; and it was the same with him.The White Peacock|D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence