Definition of unpronounceable in English:

unpronounceable

Line breaks: un|pro¦nounce|able
Pronunciation: /ʌnprəˈnaʊnsəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

(Of a word or name) too difficult to say: a Peruvian author with an unpronounceable name
More example sentences
  • I was looking up the definition of some unpronounceable word when a tiny blue box appeared at the corner of my screen.
  • Indeed, the various names of God that forms the heart of Kabbalah are not some mysterious deep-throated unpronounceable words that cause cosmic upheavals.
  • I couldn't read anymore textbooks with unpronounceable words about postmodern feminism.

Derivatives

unpronounceably

adverb
More example sentences
  • I also have a hard time reading aloud, slurring the words unpronounceably together frequently.
  • Australia beat Caledonia 11-0 in the quarter finals with four goals from the unpronounceably named Bobby Despotovski.
  • You get this novel about deadly squash-pumpkin hybrids, two unpronounceably surnamed not-quite-orphans’ deadly encounters with them and a villain who makes Count Olaf seem benevolent.

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