Definition of indecipherable in English:

indecipherable

Line breaks: in|de¦cipher|able
Pronunciation: /ˌɪndɪˈsʌɪf(ə)rəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Derivatives

indecipherability

noun
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  • the screen memorializes memory by making its indecipherability, rather than its contents, a central aesthetic focus.
  • In truth his indecipherability had more to do with his heavy dialect and the prodigious amounts of ganja that he smoked!
  • Within this project, I refer to the non-hermeneutic as those forms and spaces of indecipherability within Jazz that, for any number of reasons, resist interpretation.

indecipherably

adverb
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  • I'll swear Dad was able to hear them, and almost indecipherably his breathing began to change.
  • For a full three minutes or so she stood on the other side of my desk sobbing and mumbling indecipherably.
  • While McKenna, seated throughout, mutters indecipherably to himself.

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