[ US /ˌənɪksˈpɫeɪnəbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ˌʌnɛksplˈe‍ɪnəbə‍l/ ]
  1. not to be accounted for or explained
    an unexplainable fear
    perceptible only as unaccountable influences that hinder progress
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How To Use unexplainable In A Sentence

  • The unexplainable disappearances had seemed to cease for now.
  • In the south we call something ghostly or unexplainable a "booger". The Unexplained
  • We have developed an unexplainable bond in just a few short months.
  • Despite Sebastian's strange, unexplainable abilities, he stuck by him through it all.
  • But we can put just about anything into math now a days (my friend has found god in numbers, numbers that confuse me, but he will try to explain when he has it all written down) and we can explain the "unexplainable". Misssio Diary Entry
  • Each has its own nuance, its own hidden traps and unexplainable kinks.
  • Many people have relegated this subject to the area of the ridiculous but certain unexplainable facts remain and a carefully screened net owes much to the testimony of Canadians. No title provided.
  • Once again there is an "unexplainable" and a highly improbable descrepancy between exit polling and balloting. Princeton University Reveals How the GOP Steals Election
  • Zuma called the delay in announcing the results "unexplainable," and said "it cannot be supported. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Her magical appearances always made him feel trapped in a fairy tale where the unexplainable was the order of the day. Web of the Romulans
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