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  • adv. In an unutterable manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an unutterable manner; unspeakably; beyond expression.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. to an inexpressible degree


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  • In the face of all this, the only realistic option available to the coalition was to make the best of an unutterably bad job – and in political terms it did just that.

    The autumn statement: cuts as far as the eye can see | Editorial

  • The world is mastered by the convention of love, and when one profanes love's Holy of Holies the world is unutterably shocked and hurt.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • Crept -- always she crept, about the house, from weary bed to weary chair and back again through long days and weeks of torment, never complaining, though her unfailing smile was twisted with pain, and the wise gray eyes, still wise and gray, were grown unutterably larger and profoundly deep.


  • I shot a glance at the woman, but she was leaning back in the arm-chair, her eyes closed, unutterably tired.

    Chapter 18

  • On his return, Steffens uttered the much-rehearsed, oft-repeated and unutterably fatuous words that would be forever associated with his name: "I have seen the future, and it works."

    A Muckraker Looks Ahead

  • Are we the only person in the world who finds this deeply, unutterably depressing?

    We Could Do a Lot With Two Hundred and Sixty-Five Million Dollars

  • Fans of the British incarnation will probably agree that this clip is at once familiar and also almost unutterably alien.

    Video Clip From The US Remake of Spaced | /Film

  • Culled from five years of live BBC sessions, this 11-track collection works as a "greatest hits" set if unutterably yearning songs such as Bullets had been hits and captures the intimate, often improvised energy of their shows, with acoustic guitars, banjos, electronica and the much-loved tweeting stuffed bird.

    Tunng: This Is Tunng … Live from the BBC – review

  • The idea that “if we sow really bad things, then we reap really bad results” was ruled out of court by Jesus, and in light of that fact your attempt (and Pat Robertsons) to imply that the Haitians did something wrong is unutterably vile.

    Matthew Yglesias » Did Haiti Form a Pact With the Devil?

  • I mean - the euSSR believes in it like anything: but numbers of us think they are unutterably inferior!!!

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?


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