Definition of inexpressible in English:


Line breaks: in|ex¦press|ible
Pronunciation: /ɪnɪkˈsprɛsɪb(ə)l
, ɪnɛk-/


(Of a feeling) too strong to be described or conveyed in words: a mood of inexpressible longing
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  • He attributes the decline of literary style in great part to the poetry of World War I, which tried to describe inexpressible horrors as bluntly and simply as possible.
  • The fallen leader's statues often go down with him, like the scapegoat cast out at the year's end, a focus for normally inexpressible feelings of violence.
  • Their ride brings them inexpressible glee and joy.



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  • If the inexpressibly terrible is a sign of modern times, then Goya is not the prophet of modernity but the ultimate foreseer of the modern nightmare.
  • I didn't know what to say; at that moment, I lacked entirely a language for articulating what I was feeling, what I wanted to say, how inexpressibly angry and ashamed I was.
  • It is inexpressibly beautiful and I will be sad when it's over.

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