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unsayable

/ (ʌnˈseɪəbəl) /
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adjective
too insulting, indecent, etc, to be said
noun
say the unsayable to express an opinion thought to be too controversial to mention
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How to use unsayable in a sentence

  • Kent herself has said the movie is about parenting, the unsayable extremes of what mothers can feel.

  • Talk, say the unsayable, bring his love in misty word lines before his eyes; look and forget a moment.

    Erik Dorn|Ben Hecht
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