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- n. The condition or quality of being unspeakable.
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I agree on all counts -- especially about The Big Snit, which is unspeakably awesome in its awesome unspeakableness.
The unspeakableness of this drives the AP frantic with alliteration.
Now and then the man in the intervals of his singing patted the dog, and spoke to him caressingly; and the dog looked at him with a gratitude which reached immensity through its unspeakableness.
What we saw during the advance confirmed our impressions from the air as to the unspeakableness of the Hun in his methods of dealing with the civilian population.
God from whom it comes, yet to be guessed at by the soul from the unspeakableness of its delight when at length it is with the only that can be its own, the one that it can possess, the one that can possess it.
We are enjoying your story with our usual unspeakableness; and I'm right glad you threw in the shipwreck and the mystery -- I like it.
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