from The Century Dictionary.
- So as not to be fathomed or sounded.
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- adverb In an
unfathomablemanner; beyond understanding.
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I do however think he could have used something other than "unfathomably".
He was unfathomably lucky to have her as his wife.
New York knows the emotion of sports as much as any other town—the high highs and the unfathomably sad.
Calling it unfathomably complex to govern, even for a leader with great support, would be the understatement of the year.
They were so pale and pure and unfathomably fast, like iridescent snakes hissing down to the sea.
(Not) Oh well, what do expect people who you voted for to do, change unfathomably unconstitutional laws that help the military actually retain valuable translators or people fluent in Arabic?
The teams shared a pregame meal and listened to Bo Kimble, who knows about these things, talk about playing a basketball game after an unfathomably painful personal loss.
In 1999, Kordestani had spurned other opportunities to join two brash Stanford kids, and now he was unfathomably rich.
A nation of 300 Million in a world of over 6 Billion who a large portion are at least somewhat connected economically and people expect this unfathomably large machine called our economy to just turn around at the flip of a switch?
§ Keller claims that the often brave and excellent NYT coverage of the Iraq war as it unfolded made up for its role in promoting the same war, with unfathomably deadly and tragic results.