namable

[ney-muh-buh l]
Related formsun·nam·a·ble, adjective
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  • “Below” meant down the river and beyond, an unnamable region.

  • Horror, hot and cold, came over her, and filled her with unnamable dismay.

    The Goose Man

    Jacob Wassermann

  • There was an unnamable something about him that eluded her mental grasp.

    The Gray Phantom

    Herman Landon

  • There was an unnamable likeness to Ann in the man's features.

    Nobody's Child

    Elizabeth Dejeans

  • The TAO (§ 1) is the unnamable, and is the origin of heaven and earth.

    Ten Great Religions

    James Freeman Clarke