Definition of uninterpretable in English:

uninterpretable

Syllabification: un·in·ter·pret·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˌəninˈtərprətəbəl
 
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adjective

Impossible to explain or understand in terms of meaning or significance.
More example sentences
  • Selecting thresholds to maximise significance renders the claimed level of significance uninterpretable, and information is lost by grouping institutions into categories.
  • For Lukacs, Dostoevsky was strictly speaking uninterpretable, an incomprehensible dead end within the modern world or a harbinger of something new that only ‘later artists will one day weave into a great unity’.
  • And so art became baffling and uninterpretable without acquaintance with arcane theory.

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