unforeseeable

[ UK /ʌnfɔːsˈiːəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˌənfɔɹˈsiəbəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. incapable of being anticipated
    unforeseeable consequences
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How To Use unforeseeable In A Sentence

  • It was not suggested that the possibility of a fall in the market was unforeseeable or that there was any other factor which negatived the causal connection between lending and losing the money.
  • But what remains unforeseeable is its true begetter, its receiver. Eugenio Montale - Nobel Lecture
  • She expressed concern, however, that circumstances may change at some time in the unforeseeable future.
  • In such systems, practically undetectable events may spiral into vast and unforeseeable consequences.
  • Exactly where the repercussions from that impact will take us is unforeseeable but the general direction is predictable.
  • Working parts permitting communication would over time have undergone an unforeseeable decomposition, thus endangering the future of the capsule itself.
  • The thousand-year nuclear waste question remains an unresolved problem with unforeseeable permanent costs.
  • From Bob Murray of Murray Energy Corporation who was running around trying to impress the public with how concerned he was about the trapped miners in Utah, talking about natural disasters, in other words an unforeseeable act of God to the Wall Street mavens who were calling on the fed to lower rates and inject cash into the system this week was a new high in hypocrisy. Mine Cave Ins, the Credit Crash and the Poor Helpless Corporate Victims of Fate
  • The only possible threats that can emerge are anonymous forces that are absolutely unforeseeable and incalculable.
  • Of course, whether there will be high points or not in the future depends on unforeseeable external developments.
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