- (formerly) trousers or breeches.
Words nearby unmentionable
OTHER WORDS FROM unmentionableun·men·tion·a·ble·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for unmentionable
Finally, 27 minutes and 48 seconds into his monologue, Benjamin Netanyahu mentioned the unmentionable: Palestinians.
What really set her off was mentioning the unmentionable—that 18 years ago, she shot Mary Jo Buttafuoco.
The unmentionable image rattles down to the core of our brain.
I am an instigator of degrading immorality and unmentionable crimes.The Eyes of the World|Harold Bell Wright
Lost in smoke, the clerk grumbled that the gory affair was unmentionable nonsense.Dragon's blood|Henry Milner Rideout
Quite possibly there were unmentionable volumes among them—de Maupassant, perhaps Boccaccio.The Confession|Mary Roberts Rinehart
People assume that Urnings seek their pleasure only or mainly in an act of unmentionable indecency.A Problem in Modern Ethics|John Addington Symonds
Why the unmentionable mischief do you waste your energies, singing like that at a rehearsal?The Dominant Strain|Anna Chapin Ray
British Dictionary definitions for unmentionable
- unsuitable or forbidden as a topic of conversation
- (as noun)the unmentionable