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undescribable (comparative more undescribable, superlative most undescribable)

  1. Alternative form of indescribable
    • 1825, Sir Walter Scott, chapter 30, in The Betrothed:
      But for the sudden making in of Damian to our rescue, it is undescribable to think what might have come of us.

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