1. not possible to classify
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How To Use unclassifiable In A Sentence

  • There are many surrealist, experimentalist, metafictional, slipstream or simply unclassifiable modes of strange fiction -- some published as SF, some as Fantasy and some as Horror -- that maintain estrangement by worldbreaking rather than dreambuilding, with many of the novels of Philip K. Dick being prime examples. Archive 2007-03-01
  • The nation as a whole is too varied, fickle, inconsistent and unclassifiable for that to work.
  • Muller (1922-1958) absorbed the lessons of precedent-Post-Impressionism, Fauvism, Expressionism, Orphism and the quiddities of the unclassifiable Paul Klee-with determination and fidelity. Allusive, Eccentric Complex: A Different Kind of de Kooning
  • What is new about President Bush's order is that it radically erases any legal status of the individual, thus producing a legally unnameable and unclassifiable being.
  • However, this general problem of the volume is enlivened by a few apparently illogical digressions and unclassifiable curiosities.
  • There is, finally, a particular resonance about that unclassifiable species of Wodehouse heroine who wears a monocle and sees courtship primarily as a series of knightly tests to be accomplished by her betrothed.
  • He also called Australia a ‘chimera’, the word applied by classical authors to unclassifiable monsters.
  • We grow up with this diversity, but the pudding is an oddly unclassifiable dish. Times, Sunday Times
  • The latest film from Gabriele Salvatores, director of the Oscar winning Mediterraneo, melds several genres whilst remaining refreshingly unclassifiable.
  • Funk, reggae, hip hop, electro, acoustic drum 'n' bass and the rhythms of música nordestina are all subsumed into an unclassifiable but very soulful whole.
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