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- adverb Alternative form of
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How could something undescribably tragic bring two people together?
We were now within half a mile of the cape, and so near shore that the counter surge of the sea so rebounded against the side of our ship, that the horrors of our situation were undescribably awful.
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… It was actually the people’s undescribably intense and inconcolable sic grief which forced me to regain something like routine life.
"Lady, - sir, - may vacation continue as happy as it is this bright morning on undescribably lovely beach.