indiscerptible

[in-di-surp-tuh-buh l]

Origin of indiscerptible

First recorded in 1650–60; in-3 + discerptible
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Examples from the Web for indiscerptible

Historical Examples of indiscerptible

  • As is the effect, such is the cause: as thought, such is the power that thinks; a power impassive and indiscerptible.

  • The third is that this indiscerptible entity is in some mysterious way both myself and my property.

    Outspoken Essays

    William Ralph Inge