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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishindefinablein‧de‧fi‧na‧ble /ˌɪndɪˈfaɪnəbəl◂/ adjective  DESCRIBEan indefinable feeling, quality etc is difficult to describe or explain She felt an indefinable sadness.indefinably adverb
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indefinableAnd yet about him there hung the indefinable air of ugliness.In coming here, he was actually following psychic instinct, an indefinable but insinuating impulse to visit the court of Voronov-Vaux.Because of its name and that pale blue the school enjoyed a peculiar indefinable distinction.More and more the soldiers felt a certain indefinable malaise during their brief periods of leave at home.Moore's view is that it is a simple and therefore indefinable property.She felt a sudden indefinable sadness.You learn to recognise them through experience; it's often an indefinable something that's lacking.That has something to do with the indefinable thing called talent.The air in here was personalized and unhealthy in an indefinable way.
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