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- adv. In an indescribable manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an indescribable manner; to a degree impossible to desribe.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an indescribable manner; so as not to admit of description.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. to an inexpressible degree
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His face wore an expression indescribably conscious, with the suspicion of
She turned her head and looked straight into his eyes, with an expression indescribably earnest, captivating, quiet, and full of expectation.
Moving right along, arch-fiend Lex Luthor hatches a diabolical plan to use those Krypton crystals in some kind of indescribably vague “advanced alien technology” to destroy America and thereby force the rest of the world to beg for land and space, making him the world’s richest nutcase.
One of the great things about living down here is the indescribably gorgeous spring.
It lumbers along with little dynamic, a contrived hayseed hoedown showcasing indescribably execrable lyrics.
We chose the highlands versus the coasts because of our love of the indescribably wonderful year round climate thereabouts at lvels from around 4,000 to 7,000 feet but that´s just us.
Watching children orphaned by tribal violence practice yoga along side families who had been displaced overwhelmed me indescribably.
The greatest vice fighter of the day, Anthony Comstock, saw her as a terrible menace, depicting her as both disgracefully sacrilegious and "indescribably nasty."
It was indescribably soul-satisfying to have her (and her husband and dogs) be part of daily life the last few months.
These rare fish are indescribably beautiful, and they're found in the clear rivers that flow out of the Brooks Range, which is a spectacular setting.