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- adv. Not able to be explained logically. Without being accountable, or reasonable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unaccountable manner; strangely.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an unaccountable manner
Sorry, no etymologies found.
For example, the counting numbers are a trivial infinity compared to the "unaccountably" infinite irrational numbers.
The OED has it s.v. candle-wick, but offers no suggestion as to the origin of the name, so "unaccountably" is the mot juste.
The day that she had foreseen soon came; the Brazilian's banker "unaccountably" had omitted to send him any money, and so he borrowed some of her.
Five minutes later, unaccountably, the Borg ended their attack.
But still, unaccountably, he felt a grin come across his face.
Rehaek, though, appeared not only comfortable, but almost unaccountably disinterested in the proceedings.
There is here a virtual taxonomy of the book McGregor should have written but, in the reviewer's opinion, unaccountably did not.
But with the head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation calling on Friday for an investigation into the Stuxnet claims, it is likely that government will prefer to let hackers continue to do their work as they already do – unaccountably and invisibly.
On a Saturday in early June, when the wind was unaccountably calm, we drove up to the top of the Bird Cloud cliff.
James Milner – only 25, but a veteran in terms of experience – unaccountably moved out of the correctly positioned two-man defensive wall just as Barnetta was striking another free-kick, and could not have done a more effective job of exposing Hart once again had he been wearing the visitors' red strip.