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  • adj. Not capable of being guessed.


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un- +‎ guessable


  • Denise Gough's nanny is desolate, needy and capable: compelling because she is so unguessable.

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  • I have a friend who (for some unguessable reason) collects cellphones and LED watches and calculators and various other sorts of crap, and one of the things he was yammering on about was how uber-cool his “smartphone” was.

    Twitter, et al: redistributing the wealth

  • A definite soul, or entity, or spirit-thing glimmered behind his dog's eyes, already fond with affection for this hair-grizzled god who talked with him he knew not what, but whose very talking carried delicious and unguessable messages to his heart.


  • Apparently, as always, she had access to almost all of him; but now she did not have access to his unguessable torment, nor to the long parallel columns of mental book-keeping running their totalling balances from moment to moment, day and night, in his brain.


  • Forgetful of safety, of his own life itself, entranced by the wonder of the unthinkable and unguessable thing, he raised his knife to strike heavily from a long stroke, but was prevented by


  • A child of intelligences, remote and unguessable, working corporally in metals, it indubitably was.


  • As usual, Madriani shines in the courtroom, and the last surprise is unguessable.

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  • Thus Britain was presented with the prospect of the nation's food chain filling up with an unguessable number of animals born to cloned cows while the people in charge of our food standards couldn't agree if it was novel or not.

    Experts dispel safety fears over cloning of British beef

  • The book is written as a list of questions and answers, and it's frustrating to try to answer the non-code questions because they are often unguessable:

    Programming Book: The Little Schemer

  • Last night our moronic telepath was picking up the thoughts of some scientist unguessable billions of miles away.

    "The Morons" by Harl Vincent, part 5


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