Definition of Indescribably

1. Adverb. To an inexpressible degree. "She was looking very young tonight, and, as usual, indescribably beautiful, in a simple strapless dress of a green and white silky cotton"




Definition of Indescribably

1. Adverb. In an indescribable manner. ¹

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Definition of Indescribably

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Indescribably

independent sets
independent variable
independent variables
independentize
independently
independently wealthy
independents
indeposable
indeprivable
indepthly
inderborite
inderite
indescribability
indescribable
indescribableness
indescribably (current term)
indescript
indescriptive
indesert
indeserts
indesinent
indesinently
indesirable
indestructable
indestructibility
indestructible
indestructibleness
indestructibly
indetectable
indeterminable

Literary usage of Indescribably

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1. Marchesi and Music: Passages from the Life of a Famous Singing-teacher by Mathilde Marchesi (1905)
"... the city of Cologne appeared to me indescribably sad and dull. I found no consolation either in the beautiful dome or in the mighty waters of the Rhine, ..."

2. The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini by Benvenuto Cellini (1910)
"crystal ball, engraved with the zodiac upon a field of lapis- lazuli. The whole composition produced an indescribably fine effect; and under it ran the ..."

3. Memoirs of Doctor Burney by Fanny Burney (1832)
"with the uncultivated, ungrammatical, and incoherent dialect; and the comic, but arbitrary manner ; of the indescribably diverting and grotesque, ..."

4. A Century and a Half of Pittsburg and Her People by John Newton Boucher, John Woolf Jordan (1908)
"The bereavement sustained by his family and friends was indescribably great, while the loss to the community to which he had so long given the example of a ..."

5. English Hymns: Their Authors and History by Samuel Willoughby Duffield (1886)
"It is an indescribably melancholy thing for us to find, in these lines, the very exudation of perishing hopes and broken purposes. ..."

6. Journal of a Few Months' Residence in Portugal and Glimpses of the South of by Dorothy Wordsworth Quillinan, Edmund Lee (1895)
"As the storm passed away, the effect of sunshine and gloom on earth and sea and sky was indescribably beautiful. We left Alicante at seven ; and so long as ..."

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