[ in-di-skuhv-er-uh-buhl ]

  1. not discoverable.

Origin of indiscoverable

First recorded in 1630–40; in-3 + discoverable

Words Nearby indiscoverable Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use indiscoverable in a sentence

  • Some days passed and a rumour went about the town, in its origin as indiscoverable as the birthplace of the winds.

    Doom Castle | Neil Munro
  • And if Drimdarroch had seemed ill to find from Doom, he was absolutely indiscoverable here.

    Doom Castle | Neil Munro
  • Comets, with tails like O'Connell, are so common as to lose attraction, and blaze by weekly into indiscoverable realms.