- not explicable; incapable of being accounted for or explained.
Origin of inexplicable
Examples from the Web for inexplicability
But the inexplicability of the general's conduct dwelt much on her thoughts.Northanger Abbey
Vaguely he perceived this, conscious only of inexplicability; but he himself also ceased, and watched for developments.The Necromancers
Robert Hugh Benson
The mistiness and inexplicability of his productions is part of such a process, as well as of invincible temperament.
- not capable of explanation; unexplainable
Word Origin and History for inexplicability
early 15c., from Middle French inexplicable or directly from Latin inexplicabilis "that cannot be unfolded or disentangled, very intricate," figuratively, "inexplicable," from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + explicabilis "that may be explained" (see explicable). Related: Inexplicably.