- not communicable by utterance; unspeakable; beyond expression: unutterable joy.
- not utterable; not pronounceable: an unutterable foreign word.
Origin of unutterable
1580–90; un-1 + utterable
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Examples from the Web for unutterably
I leaned against the mantel, relieved by his going, but unutterably lonely.The Bacillus of Beauty
They were unutterably shy of religious expression, and to read was their only chance.The Comrade In White
W. H. Leathem
The man was so contemptible; so unutterably low and 257 vile and cowardly.Louisiana Lou
William West Winter
These heights are incomparably, unutterably beyond vision and union.The Golden Fountain
At last Andre-Louis began to speak, his voice level and unutterably cold.Scaramouche
- incapable of being expressed in words
Word Origin and History for unutterably
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper