Definition of unspecifiable in English:


Line breaks: un|speci¦fi¦able
Pronunciation: /ˌʌnspɛsɪˈfʌɪəb(ə)l


Not able to be identified or named: many unspecifiable dangers lie ahead
More example sentences
  • The promise is unspecifiable; its content is something we actually cannot know in advance.
  • Our mental freedom is probably illusory, for there must be unspecifiable physical factors that quietly "cause" all of our decisions.
  • I do believe we play some unspecifiable but not inconsiderable part in maintaining a measure of clear thinking in a largely debased intellectual culture.

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