undiscoverably love

Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adv. In an undiscoverable manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a manner not to be discovered.

Etymologies

un- + discover + -able + -ly (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • His obstinate and tremendous spirit was now withdrawn somewhere, into some fastness more recondite than sleep; not far off; not detached, not dethroned; but undiscoverably hidden, and beyond any summons.

    Clayhanger

  • There is no public man -- have no fear, my dear Home Secretary -- I have not planned to assassinate secretly, mysteriously, unintelligibly, undiscoverably.

    The Big Bow Mystery

  • There was at any rate nothing scant either in her admissions or her perversions, the mixture of her fear of what Maisie might undiscoverably think and of the support she at the same time gathered from a necessity of selfishness and a habit of brutality.

    What Maisie Knew

  • Mr. Wilding, falling back into his former perplexity, tried once more to recover that lost recollection, associated so closely, and yet so undiscoverably, with his new housekeeper's voice and manner.

    No Thoroughfare

  • _ These regular times are no doubt the most important fundamental entities of it, and may even lie undiscoverably at the root of all varieties of rhythm whatsoever, and further they may be the only possible or permissible rhythms for a modern composer to use, but yet the absolute dominion which they now enjoy over all music lies rather in their practical necessity and convenience (since it is only by attending to them that the elaboration of modern harmonic music is possible), than in the undesirability (in itself) or unmusical character of melody which ignores them.

    A Practical Discourse on Some Principles of Hymn-Singing

  • Mr. Wilding, falling back into his former perplexity, tried once more to recover that lost recollection, associated so closely, and yet so undiscoverably, with his new housekeeper’s voice and manner.

    No Thoroughfare

  • a break, without a jar, softer than sleep and as continuous, gayer than the rainbow and as undiscoverably connected with any obvious cause.

    A History of Elizabethan Literature

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