unintelligibly

ADVERB
  1. in an unintelligible manner
    the foreigners spoke unintelligibly
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How To Use unintelligibly In A Sentence

  • He gave his friend an unintelligibly bland look, and trotted off into the distance with no comment.
  • While some muttered unintelligibly, others just didn't have any answer.
  • As I made my way up 2nd Avenue, I noticed a raving lunatic weaving all over the sidewalk yelling and screaming unintelligibly.
  • He sniffed down the forecastle hatch, sniffed into the galley where two Chinese cooks jabbered unintelligibly to him, sniffed down the cabin companionway, sniffed down the engine-room skylight and for the first time knew gasoline and engine oil; but sniff as he would, wherever he ran, no scent did he catch of Skipper. CHAPTER XX
  • He's kinda got a similar guitar strum, one dancing leg thing going for him, as well as the singing completely unintelligibly thing, too.
  • From the way he reacted (not at all), I'd say he was asleep… except for the fact that he kept mumbling angrily and unintelligibly to himself.
  • The defendant, a strange looking young man who appeared dull-witted, stammered unintelligibly as he struggled to tell his version of the facts.
  • To that end, he reproduces pages from 17th century books - pages and pages of Latin going on pompously and unintelligibly, forging the way ahead for the fledging sciences.
  • After the treatment, we see her standing dazed in a straitjacket, muttering unintelligibly, her hair standing on end, sparks flying from her head.
  • He sniffed down the forecastle hatch, sniffed into the galley where two Chinese cooks jabbered unintelligibly to him, sniffed down the cabin companionway, sniffed down the engine-room skylight and for the first time knew gasoline and engine oil; but sniff as he would, wherever he ran, no scent did he catch of Skipper. CHAPTER XX
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