Definition of Inexplicability

1. n. The quality or state of being inexplicable.



Definition of Inexplicability

1. Noun. the state of being difficult to account for; the state of being inexplicable ¹

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Definition of Inexplicability

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inexplicability

inexperience
inexperienced
inexperienced person
inexperiencedly
inexperiences
inexpert
inexpertise
inexpertly
inexpertness
inexpertnesses
inexperts
inexpiable
inexpiably
inexpiate
inexplainable
inexplicability (current term)
inexplicable
inexplicableness
inexplicably
inexplicit
inexplicitly
inexplicitness
inexplorable
inexplosive
inexposure
inexpressable
inexpressibility
inexpressible
inexpressibles
inexpressibly

Literary usage of Inexplicability

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Metaphysics of John Stuart Mill by William Leonard Courtney (1879)
"Contentment, however, is not an easy virtue, and we cannot help pausing over this " final inexplicability," which looks so remarkably like a confession of ..."

2. A System of Metaphysics by George Stuart Fullerton (1904)
"The inexplicability is indeed eternal in about the same sense that the problem ... But it need scarcely be said that to admit this inexplicability is not to ..."

3. Methodist Review (1885)
"Our Lord, in reply to the doubting query of Nicodemus, makes no attempt to solve this mystery, but concedes its inexplicability, while he reaffirms the fact ..."

4. Idola Theatri: A Criticism of Oxford Thought and Thinkers from the by Henry Cecil Sturt, ( (1906)
"admits it as a final inexplicability that the mind " which ex hypothesi is but ... In the Prolegomena to Ethics, Green retorts this inexplicability on Mill ..."

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