Definition of unsayable in English:

unsayable

Syllabification: un·say·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈsāəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Not able to be said, especially because considered too controversial or offensive to mention.
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  • You say what once seemed unsayable, you let the proverbial fly, the leader - seemingly benign - disassociates himself, meanwhile the seeds of doubt are sown, and the headkickers party on…
  • The fact that he is a rubbish candidate who has demonstrated over and over again his flakiness, inconsistency, flip-floppery, lack of principle and general untrustworthiness was unsayable.
  • I had thought the kind of comments that Spinner was making re the death of David Hookes were unsayable, and it was so refreshing to find a dissident viewpoint outside the mainstream media.

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