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from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Not recognizable; unrecognizable.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not recognizable; incapable of being recognized.


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  • When he again faced round, his face was all but irrecognizable.

    The Genius

  • Formerly, next to nothing was done to preserve or protect the monuments, and many of the finest were irrecognizable and all but inaccessible from dirt and dilapidation.

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 17, No. 102, June, 1876

  • When the gray light of dawn spread over the surface of the water, it only lighted up a few drifting, sinking wrecks, the irrecognizable ruins of Admiral Crane's proud squadron, which were soon completely destroyed by the enemy's torpedoes.

    Banzai! by Parabellum

  • This, however, is the only mark of identity, for the corpse is irrecognizable.

    The Hollow Needle; Further adventures of Arsene Lupin

  • I said to myself at once that the block of stone disturbed by the pickaxe had been placed there with a very curious exactness, that the least knock was bound to make it fall and that, in falling, it must inevitably reduce the head of the false Arsene Lupin to pulp, in such a way as to make it utterly irrecognizable.

    The Hollow Needle; Further adventures of Arsene Lupin

  • He went to the flat of one of his schoolfellows and came out, an hour later, irrecognizable, rigged out as an Englishman of thirty, in a brown check suit, with knickerbockers, woolen stockings and a cap, a high-colored complexion and a red wig.

    The Hollow Needle; Further adventures of Arsene Lupin

  • There is no other process which contributes so much to concealment of the dream's meaning and to make the connection between the dream content and dream ideas irrecognizable.

    Dream Psychology Psychoanalysis for Beginners

  • The trenches were blown to irrecognizable pits dotted with dead.

    History of the World War, Vol. 3

  • In his desire to make himself utterly irrecognizable as the seafaring man who had carried the tidings of the murder to Mellish Park, the captain had tortured himself by substituting a tight circular collar and a wisp of purple ribbon for the honest half-yard of snowy linen which it had been his habit to wear turned over the loose collar of his blue coat.

    Aurora Floyd. A Novel

  • Their dark figures were irrecognizable in the dim moonlight.

    The Golden Dog


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