unpronouncable love

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  • adj. Common misspelling of unpronounceable.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Like you, I find the unpronouncable names typically found in these genres to be annoying and distracting.

    Whats in a Name? « Write Anything

  • Maybe the volcano with the unpronouncable name did you a favour.

    More inspiration from St Fagan's

  • Then, after a while, I could replace it with an incomprehensible and unpronouncable symbol and be known as "The writer formerly known as CHANE."

    The writer formerly known as Ed

  • When he is chained up and is nring given a bit of a hard time he remembers the sultry hostess gave him a safeword which he put in his shirt pocket saying "yeah, safe word...right" he fishes it out only to find a piece of paper about six inches long with some completely unpronouncable Dutch word on it.

    Weight and Wisdom

  • He bought me some unpronouncable Belgian hell-brew, criticized my haircut, and started a brawl to cover his abrupt departure.

    I Met John Scalvi! « Whatever

  • Or at least identifies me as that irritating girl with the unpronouncable name.

    What's In A Name?

  • One false note, although it is small: Allen is not Scots-Irish (or if he is, it's an extremely tiny sliver) His ancestory on his father's side is Polish; they changed their name to Allen from something unpronouncable to the Anglo ear.

    Weenie of the Week 09.23.06-09.29.06

  • Really, try to explain any part of the Hundred Years' War in a synopsis without unpronouncable words like "Plantagenet".

    Synopsis: First Test by Tamora Pierce

  • It has nothing to do with the qualtity of synopsis, but anytime I have to learn/remember three weird, unpronouncable at first sight names, I lose interest.

    Synopsis: First Test by Tamora Pierce

  • I was the only Deirdre growing up – an unpronouncable name for most people.

    Sunday Scribblings-Google Magic

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