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unseeable

Line breaks: un|see¦able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsiːəb(ə)l
 
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Definition of unseeable in English:

adjective

Not able to be seen; invisible: she gazed out over the trees, as if at some distant, unseeable vista
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  • If the mystic text is an experiment in saying the unsayable, then the mystical image - something far more widespread than once thought - emerges as a fascinating attempt to see the unseeable.
  • I didn't like that the prices for the yarn are on totally unseeable places, I couldn't find the price for most of the yarns that I was looking at and had to actually ask twice.
  • To keep the movement unseeable by the enemy: the action with the blade will have to follow precise lines of movement (going and coming back), starting from a guard position and arriving in another guard.

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