Origin of inexplicable
Examples from the Web for inexplicably
I received emails from angry progressives who inexplicably assumed that I was for him.
The living room is inexplicably empty, boasting only a blonde woman lounging on a bare floor mattress.Why Women Want Hollywood Lothario Wilmer Valderrama|Amy Zimmerman|April 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In 2007, Wally Edge inexplicably asked his readers in a poll, “What should Chris Christie run for?”
I thought I had been inexplicably stripped of the capability to love.
And then, inexplicably, the whole thing turns sexual when Newton-John begins moaning, “I like it,” toward the end.Twelve Christmas Song Fails: John Travolta, Justin Bieber & More (VIDEO)|Kevin Fallon|December 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
So you have inexplicably failed to isolate the Supreme Power in your test tubes!Autobiography of a YOGI|Paramhansa Yogananda
The other was engaged by an empty coal-scuttle with a pair of slippers in it, inexplicably.Somehow Good|William de Morgan
For an instant he had been inexplicably afraid that the boy was going to refuse his offer.Then I'll Come Back to You|Larry Evans
You came to my room while I was inexplicably out and waited till I returned.Nobody|Louis Joseph Vance
Of the short stories, several were written at the very height of his powers and popularity and were lost, inexplicably, but lost.Rolling Stones|O. Henry
British Dictionary definitions for inexplicably
Word Origin and History for inexplicably
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.