unconjecturable love



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  • adj. Unable to be conjectured.


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un- +‎ conjecturable


  • He did not want to be content; he wanted to see always ahead of him a golden mist, through which the shadows of unconjecturable shapes appeared.


  • More unconjecturable yet, though not so thrillingly interesting, was the absence of Mr Georgie.

    Queen Lucia

  • The roads were fetlock deep in mud, and the whole region so inundated that we often had to take across country, profiting by the ridges to avoid fording the unconjecturable depths of water in the ancient roads.

    The Autobiography of a Journalist

  • A small, a simple, object to excite such abject terror as blanched the faces of the group -- a little boy, a mere baby, staring at the men with wide blue eyes and unconjecturable emotions.

    The Ordeal A Mountain Romance of Tennessee

  • Note the way in which Shakespeare's characters -- Macbeth, for example -- unfold themselves by new circumstances, what unconjecturable development takes place.

    More Pages from a Journal

  • All surmise was baffled in the unconjecturable possibilities of the case.

    Israel Potter

  • But her help at the moment was necessary to his very hope to escape all future need of her, and, though with a vague foreboding of unconjecturable evil, he stepped into the room, and the door closed on both.

    What Will He Do with It? — Volume 10


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