inapprehensible

  • 1Inapprehensible — In*ap pre*hen si*ble, a. [L. inapprehensibilis: cf. F. inappr[ e]hensible.] Not apprehensible; unintelligible; inconceivable. Milton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2inapprehensible — [in ap΄rē hen′sə bəl] adj. that cannot be apprehended, or understood * * * …

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  • 3inapprehensible — I adjective abstruse, acroamatic, acroamatical, acroatic, ambiguous, beyond comprehension, beyond understanding, enigmatic, enigmatical, hidden, impenetrable, impossible to understand, incognizable, incomprehensible, indistinct, inexplicable,… …

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  • 4inapprehensible — [in ap΄rē hen′sə bəl] adj. that cannot be apprehended, or understood …

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  • 5inapprehensible — /in ap ri henˈsi bl/ adjective 1. Not apprehensible 2. That cannot be grasped by the intellect or senses ORIGIN: ↑in (2) • • • inapprehenˈsion noun inapprehenˈsive adjective 1. Not apprehensive 2. Untroubled …

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  • 6inapprehensible — adjective /ɪnæpɹɪˈhɛnsɪbl/ That cannot be apprehended; not apprehensible to or graspable by either body or mind …

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  • 7inapprehensible — adj. cannot be apprehended, imperceivable …

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  • 8inapprehensible — /ˌɪnæprəˈhɛnsəbəl/ (say .inapruh hensuhbuhl) adjective not to be grasped by the senses or intellect. {in 3 + apprehensible} …

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  • 10impenetrable — I adjective adamantine, closed, complex, crass, difficult, dull, enigmatic, hidden, impassable, impermeable, imperviable, impervious, inaccessible, inapprehensible, incomprehensible, indefinable, inexplicable, inexpressive, inexpugnable,… …

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  • 11incomprehensible — I adjective abstruse, acroamatic, acroamatical, acroatic, ambiguous, beyond comprehension, concealed, dark, deep, difficult to comprehend, dim, enigmatic, enigmatical, esoteric, fathomless, hard to understand, hidden, impenetrable, impossible to… …

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  • 12inexplicable — I adjective abstruse, acroamatic, acroamatical, acroatic, baffling, concealed, enigmatic, enigmatical, esoteric, hard to understand, hidden, impenetrable, inapprehensible, incapable of being explained, incomprehensible, indefinable,… …

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  • 13inscrutable — I adjective ambiguous, baffling, blank, cloudy, concealed, deadpan, enigmatic, expressionless, hidden, impassive, impenetrable, impossible to understand, inapprehensible, incognizable, incomprehensible, indiscernible, inexplicable, insoluble,… …

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  • 14Imbecility — (Roget s Thesaurus) Folly. < N PARAG:Imbecility >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 want of intelligence want of intelligence &c. 498 want of intellect &c. 450 Sgm: N 1 shadowness shadowness silliness foolishness &c. >Adj. Sgm: N 1 imbecility… …

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  • 15Unintelligibility — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Unintelligibility >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 unintelligibility unintelligibility Sgm: N 1 incomprehensibility incomprehensibility imperspicuity Sgm: N 1 inconceivableness inconceivableness vagueness &c. >Adj. Sgm …

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  • 16inapprehensibility — noun The quality of being inapprehensible …

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  • 17hidden — I adjective absconditus, abstruse, ambushed, arcane, blind, buried, camouflaged, clandestine, cloaked, close, clouded, concealed, covered, covert, cryptic, dark, delitescent, disguised, eclipsed, enigmatical, enshrouded, esoteric, hieroglyphic,… …

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  • 18obscure — I (abstruse) adjective complex, cryptic, cryptical, deep, difficult, difficult to understand, enigmatic, enigmatical, esoteric, hidden, impalpable, incomprehensible, intricate, involved, mysterious, profound, recondite, transcendental, unapparent …

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  • 19vague — / vāg/ adj: characterized by such a lack of precision that a person of ordinary intelligence would have to guess if particular conduct is being proscribed: characterized by a failure to describe forbidden conduct in terms sufficient to provide… …

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  • 20abstruse — I adjective abstract, ambiguous, attenuated, cloudy, complex, difficult to understand, elusive, enigmatic, esoteric, hidden, incomprehensible, indefinable, indefinite, inexplicable, mysterious, nebulous, obscure, profound, puzzling, rarefied,… …

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