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from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Unable to be interpreted.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Incapable of being interpreted: as, uninterpretable enigmas.


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  • Not that Kaufman has made the "uninterpretable" holy grail of films, impervious to all brain-fart criticism.

    Bright Lights After Dark

  • There is a type of symbolic writing that seems uninterpretable to the naked eye.

    2010 February 26 « The BookBanter Blog

  • The music produced in a culture foreign to one's own can also be surprisingly uninterpretable.

    A Sound Check For the Ages

  • Writers are often blind to alternate interpretations of their words, or that their words are uninterpretable (the latter being my particular sin).

    do I fall through what I might of been?

  • Because we cannot assess the variability across our testing environments of all the yet-to-be-identified non-genetic factors that influence IQ, Moore argues that estimates of the heritability of IQ are effectively uninterpretable and unable to be applied in any appropriate way.

    8 Surprising Facts About Parenting, Genes and What Really Makes Us Who We Are

  • It is unthinkable that any reputable toxicologist, giving a completely objective evaluation of data resulting from such a study, could conclude anything other than that the study was uninterpretable and worthless, and should be repeated.

    Dr. Joseph Mercola: The Deadly Neurotoxin Nearly EVERYONE Uses Daily (VIDEO)

  • Presence of a novel DNA methylation enzyme in methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus isolates associated with pig farming leads to uninterpretable results in standard pulsed-field gel electrophoresis analysis.


  • The 1 hour and 2 minute episode had 7 commercial breaks. 7 uninterpretable, unstoppable commercials.

    My Terrible CW Web Episode Experience

  • But do these strike me as uninterpretable, ungrammatical, confounding, or even distracting?

    Try and think logically « Motivated Grammar

  • So if a law were passed -- as some have advocated for -- requiring that data be made public, one of two things will happen: either people will post uninterpretable data like my mini-spreadsheet above, or they'll spend huge amounts of time preparing their data for others' consumption.

    Making data public


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