Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being incommunicable, or incapable of being imparted to another.
- n. The quality or state of being incommunicable.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The quality or state of being incommunicable, or incapable of being imparted.
“I can't WAIT to hear what American sounds like to Europeans, too! the song is about "incommunicability" because in modern times people are not able to communicate to each other anymore, and "prisencolinensinainciusol" is supposed to stand for”
“Even more relentless! posted by the song is about "incommunicability" because in modern times people are not able to communicate to each other anymore, and "prisencolinensinainciusol" is supposed to stand for "universal love.”
“One theme that's risen to prominence in the discussion is the incommunicability of the distinctively personal.”
“The evolutionary barrier of incommunicability among nature, animals, man, and astral angels is thus overcome by offices of silent love.”
“It was a highly gratifying idea; the incommunicability of one stratum of animal life with another, -- though Hedger pretended it was only an experiment in unusual lighting.”
“To a person therefore belongs a threefold incommunicability, expressed in notes (b), (c), and (d).”
“Let me go, please," she repeated, and this time, despairingly, he obeyed her, a conviction of her incommunicability overwhelming him.”
“And, when we have said, that the superiority of Almighty God, and His incommunicability with the objects of His Providence is a Divine sleep, and that the attention to His”
“And to such miracles Hume's argument, the argument of incommunicability, is inapplicable.”
“It perplexes me, that Field speaks so doubtingly on a matter so plain as the incommunicability of omnipresence.”
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