- not describable; too extraordinary for description: a scene of indescribable confusion; indescribable euphoria.
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Personality is that indescribable something that sets you off as a person.How to Be Popular, ’50s Style: ‘Vintage Wisdom for a Modern Geek’
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The air was full of indescribable suffering and questions for which I have no answers.Why Are Attacks Like Boston So Rare?
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But he said he has fond memories of his “awesome” and “indescribable” experience working on Star Wars: Detours with Lucas.Seth Green On ‘The Story of Luke,’ Autism, ‘Star Wars’ & More
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In its wake, the Countess was overwhelmed by a feeling she could identify only as “indescribable loneliness.”The Titanic’s Haute Heroine: The Countess of Rothes
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With a computer that goes bad and the mystery of the monolith and the indescribable ending that nobody could understand.William Shatner's 10 Favorite Space Movies
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It was an indescribable change, but Andrew knew that the man had opened his eyes.Way of the Lawless
The peculiar feelings one has who is a "runaway" are indescribable.Biography of a Slave
There was an indescribable menace in the forger's half-uttered threat.
There was indescribable rebuke in her slow emphasis of the words.
I had an indescribable sense that I ought to applaud, as if I were a public meeting.Alarms and Discursions
G. K. Chesterton
- beyond description; too intense, extreme, etc, for words
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Word Origin and History for indescribable
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