ineffable [ in-ef-uh-buhl ]
1. incapable of being expressed or described in words; inexpressible: ineffable joy.
2. not to be spoken because of its sacredness; unutterable: the ineffable name of the deity.
OTHER WORDS FROM INEFFABLE
in·ef·fa·bil·i·ty, in·ef·fa·ble·ness, noun
WORDS RELATED TO INEFFABLE
indescribable, heavenly, transcendent, unspeakable, ethereal, celestial, divine, empyrean, holy, ideal, impossible, incredible, nameless, sacred, spiritual, transcendental, empyreal, incommunicable, indefinable, inexpressible
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Origin: First recorded in 1400–50; late Middle English word from Latin word ineffābilis.See in-, effable
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR INEFFABLE
A lot of what mathematicians do when they approach a new problem is ineffable.
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At a high level, a lot of what mathematicians do when they approach a new problem is ineffable.
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And on that score, on that ineffable quality called charisma, Walker may face his biggest challenges.
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Sometimes there's a thing in the air, an ineffable thing, that just makes it all work.
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