not able to be recognized or identified: tiny unrecognizable fragments
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How to use unrecognizable in a sentence
His partly burned and partly decomposing face is unrecognizable as anyone who was ever alive and breathing.
So why are we so surprised that, without the help of auto-tune, Spears sounds almost unrecognizable?The Great Debate: Can Britney Spears Sing Without Auto-Tune? | Kevin Fallon | July 9, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
“Beaten to the point she was almost unrecognizable by her family,” says a June 16 affidavit filed by the Oklahoma City police.
The City in the 70s would be unrecognizable to denizens of the gentrified metropolis of today.‘When the Garden Was Eden’: Why New York City Needs the Knicks Now More Than Ever | Robert Silverman | April 19, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
[Laughs] And we also wanted me to look different and be a bit unrecognizable, and then we thought curly hair.‘American Hustle’ Cast On Hairdos, the Jennifer Lawrence & Amy Adams Kiss, and More | Marlow Stern | December 9, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
This book was the work of some one unfamiliar, unrecognizable, forgotten by the happy woman that she was.The Creators | May Sinclair
In the case of English, the original Germanic tongue has become almost unrecognizable under the heavy burden of foreign words.
Whenever his mission was fulfilled he was turned back into an unrecognizable mass of clay.
No doubt the food for her family, the larva of which I possess the empty skin, now an unrecognizable shred.More Hunting Wasps | J. Henri Fabre
The tough plastic skin had been torn off and, inside, the delicate mechanism had been chewed into an unrecognizable mass.Student Body | Floyd L. Wallace