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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunspeakableun‧speak‧a‧ble /ʌnˈspiːkəbəl/ adjective  1 BADused for emphasizing how bad someone or something is an unspeakable tragedy2 literaryVERY unspeakable feelings are so extreme that it is impossible to describe them unspeakable joyunspeakably adverb
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unspeakableHer tastes in everything are, invariably, unspeakable.The things the Vikings had done in Raynes Park were, let's face it, unspeakable.unspeakable crimesAfter this typographic treat, readers learned how a certain Evans had committed unspeakable crimes.He was mesmerized, breathless with the unspeakable feel of mortal violence.unspeakable lonelinessOn her parted lips a mysterious, an unspeakable question trembled.On top of which she had those unspeakable women in for tea so their unspeakable husbands will vote for your unspeakable programs.
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