The paper she wrote was inapprhensable. From LearnThat.org.
He seemed to be passing through the universe of ideas like a comet — erratic, inapprehensible, untraceable. From Wordnik.com. [The Woodlanders] Reference
It was enough for him to understand that the world had forked along a path that was inapprehensible, alien, and opaque. From Wordnik.com. [Captain Corelli's Mandolin]
The modern commercial nation to which Ferguson belongs, as a British subject, a Highlander by birth but one born too late to claim to be the scion of an independent Scotland, in fact typifies a state in which the press of numbers and the extent of territory have begun to make the bonds of society inapprehensible. From Wordnik.com. [Social Theory at Box Hill: Acts of Union] Reference
The sounds of words are the most delicate, fleeting and inapprehensible things in nature. . From Wordnik.com. [Chapter 7. The Standard American Pronunciation. 1. General Characters] Reference
The novelty of the avowal rendered what it carried with it inapprehensible by him in its entirety. From Wordnik.com. [The Woodlanders] Reference
He seemed to be passing through the universe of ideas like a comet -- erratic, inapprehensible, untraceable. From Wordnik.com. [The Woodlanders] Reference
Not merely, therefore, is the phenomenon inexplicable to you, but the very nature of it is inapprehensible by you. From Wordnik.com. [Lilith, a romance] Reference
By reason of this last it was inapprehensible to him that there could be an objection to the sexes co-operating indiscriminately in work. From Wordnik.com. [The Unexpurgated Case Against Woman Suffrage] Reference
Aristotle and the Stoics (who borrowed the term from him) understood that which is incorporeal, intangible, and inapprehensible to sense, -- an. From Wordnik.com. [Christianity and Greek Philosophy or, the relation between spontaneous and reflective thought in Greece and the positive teaching of Christ and His Apostles] Reference
To painting, again, belongs the play of feature, indicative of internal movement, through a whole gamut of modulations inapprehensible by sculpture. From Wordnik.com. [Renaissance in Italy Volume 3 The Fine Arts] Reference
It will be said, What is the use of this? why not leave the reading of great books till a great age? why plague and perplex childhood with complex facts remote from its experience and inapprehensible by its imagination?. From Wordnik.com. [Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern — Volume 3] Reference
Possibly they mean things myriads of years old, -- things relating to odors, to exhalations, to influences and effluences inapprehensible by duller human sense, -- impulses also, impulses without name, bestirred in ghosts of dogs by the light of great moons. From Wordnik.com. [In Ghostly Japan] Reference
Einstein is like the electron or the vitamin — inapprehensible; it’s as clear a case of money under false pretences as I’ve ever come across. From Wordnik.com. [Maid in Waiting] Reference
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