Definition of unbelievable in English:

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unbelievable

Pronunciation: /ˌənbəˈlēvəb(ə)l/

adjective

1Not able to be believed; unlikely to be true: unbelievable or not, it happened
More example sentences
  • In the battle field of mind, to live consciously is not only improbable but also unbelievable.
  • Perhaps by watching them endlessly we were forcing ourselves to believe the unbelievable.
  • Its just that at the time it seemed so far-fetched and unbelievable.
Synonyms
1.1So great or extreme as to be difficult to believe; extraordinary: your audacity is unbelievable
More example sentences
  • The twins are unbelievable - resilient beyond belief and just inspirational.
  • He thinks they have squandered unbelievable and unimaginable opportunities.
  • They usually give you an unbelievable amount of joy. believe it, it is real.

Derivatives

unbelievability

Pronunciation: /-ˌlēvəˈbilətē/
noun
Example sentences
  • Indeed, when in desperation I approached one of the highest offices in the country to facilitate assistance for my children, I was dubbed a liar because of the sheer unbelievability of the situation.
  • Is it not in the realms of unbelievability that on an item costing less than €2 there can be a price difference of as much as thirty eight cents between stores in the same town?
  • Suspend disbelief as the writers reach new depths of unbelievability, by way of twists and turns that infinitely outstrip series one and two.

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Syllabification: un·be·liev·a·ble

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