Definition of unexplainable in English:

unexplainable

Syllabification: un·ex·plain·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˌənikˈsplānəbəl
 
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adjective

Unable to be explained or accounted for: unexplainable rages
More example sentences
  • In life some tragedies are strange and unexplainable and the passing of a young person in the prime of life is perhaps the most poignant of all.
  • As it turned out the League Final was a disaster and an unexplainable mystery all rolled into one.
  • The film attempts to explain something that is ultimately unexplainable.

Derivatives

unexplainably

adverb
More example sentences
  • The residents said authorities had unexplainably continued to pump fuel through the line despite being informed of the breakage.
  • But she couldn't and she was unexplainably filled with the feeling that it would not be the last time she dreamt it.
  • What is it about those inexpensive glass ornaments at the craft stores that makes me unexplainably load my cart with them?

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