Definition of ungraspable in English:

ungraspable

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈɡrɑːspəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Impossible to comprehend or understand: the scale of brutality was ungraspable
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  • He may offer an extreme example of dedication and pluck, but we live now, 30 years later, in an era when the formerly ungraspable means of movie production lie easily within the reach of nearly all of us.
  • Dark, brooding, almost ungraspable, the series set notes of brilliant orange-gold against deep brown expanses of crusty pigment.
  • We who feel that the real is unattainable, or at least ungraspable, for us does salvation lie only in seclusion, in retreat, like a star abandoning its constellation?

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