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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishincomprehensiblein‧com‧pre‧hen‧si‧ble /ɪnˌkɒmprɪˈhensəbəl $ -ˌkɑːm-/ ●○○ adjective  UNDERSTANDdifficult or impossible to understand legal documents full of incomprehensible jargon I find your attitude quite incomprehensible.incomprehensible to His accent made his speech incomprehensible to me.incomprehensibly adverbincomprehensibility /ɪnˌkɒmprɪhensəˈbɪləti $ -ˌkɑːm-/ noun [uncountable]
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incomprehensibleHis English was incomprehensible.There was the pain of light in her eyes and far off voices whose words were incomprehensible.The logic of that agreement is completely incomprehensible.Discourse which underestimates the degree of existing knowledge becomes boring; discourse which overestimates it becomes incomprehensible.For this was reality, as durable as it was crucial, as incontrovertible as it was incomprehensible.What is incomprehensible, however, is the loss of status that goes with part time work.thick, incomprehensible legal documentsThere was some clicking, and then the muffled sound of a human voice making its usual incomprehensible noises.Three walls were covered by blackboards scrawled with incomprehensible symbols and equations.It is incomprehensible that a tragedy like this could be joked about.The leaflet was written in jargon that would have been totally incomprehensible to anyone outside the profession.The radical other-worldliness of such people seemed incomprehensible to the authorities.
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