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unplausible

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈplɔːzɪb(ə)l
 
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Definition of unplausible in English:

adjective

Not plausible: a speculative but not entirely unplausible hypothesis
More example sentences
  • We struggled to find anything remotely appealing, settling on a whisky and oatmeal parfait, because it came with ‘winter berries’ which sounded tart and refreshing, if unplausible.
  • So the story has it, but it doesn't strike me as unplausible; musicians can be utterly unserious people right up to the moment they pick up the instrument and produce something absolutely heartfelt and true.
  • The more unplausible the event the more it will hurt you.

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