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- n. The condition of being incomprehensible.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being incomprehensible, or beyond the reach of human intellect; incomprehensibleness; inconceivability; inexplicability.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character of being incomprehensible, in either sense of that word.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of being incomprehensible
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The one on the right is just missing the tar and feathers. the only thing epic about it is the level of incomprehensibility. it's funny how the word incomprehensibility looks a lot like the "bike" itself.
"it's funny how the word incomprehensibility looks a lot like the "bike" itself."
So I chose the word incomprehensibility, and I-- "
Alec Baldwin (with whom Ronnie Kroell's life partner, Taylor Proffitt, starred in Equus this summer in East Hampton) - spoke to Ronnie and Taylor of the "incomprehensibility" of codified inequality.
Then Laddie spelled "incomprehensibility," and they finished up the "bilities" and the "alities" with a rush and changed McGuffey's for Webster, with five on Laddie's side and three on the Princess ', and when they quit with it, the Princess was alone, and Laddie and our little May facing her.
Then Laddie spelled "incomprehensibility," and they finished up the
Should the times become greatly depressed and failures and assignments become frequent, I begin to lop off the large words in my own language, beginning with "incomprehensibility,"
As a my friend Jarred well noted, "As the cultural gulf between have and have-nots increases, this kind of incomprehensibility (is it a joke or not) will be more common place."
Thus, it is true, we do not comprehend the practical, unconditioned necessity of the moral imperative, but we do, however, comprehend its incomprehensibility, which is all that can, in fairness, be demanded from a philosophy that seeks to reach the principles which mark the limit of human reason "[" Grundleg. zur
"incomprehensibility," and began to give out those "words of eight syllables with the accent on the sixth."