unrecognisable

[ UK /ˌʌnɹˈɛkəɡnˌa‍ɪzəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. defying recognition as e.g. because of damage or alteration
ADVERB
  1. beyond recognition; in an unrecognizable manner
    he had unrecognizably aged
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How To Use unrecognisable In A Sentence

  • After a week it was covered in slime and almost unrecognisable. The Sun
  • Jimmy's jazzing up the song, scatting and improvising - it's almost unrecognizable at times.
  • Or, as in the Brezhnev period, they were so emendated in a cretinized two-volume edition of Tkachev's works (in whose introduction the Soviet editors also criticized me and my book on Tkachev ” the first in English about him) as to be unrecognizable ” either as essential Tkachevism or as examples of proto-Bolshevism foreshadowing Lenin's ideology. Lenin & 'The Radiant Future'
  • The place changed a great deal and was almost unrecognisable.
  • ‘Things have moved on so much that the scene is almost unrecognisable,’ he says.
  • He was absolutely filthy - unrecognisable. The Sun
  • The designs may become so conventionalized that they are unrecognizable to all but the original artist. Huichol art, a matter of survival: Part Four
  • The floors, once covered with the finest parquetry, are unrecognisable, the blinds don't work, the light-bulbs drape from thin wires where lamps used to hang.
  • The corpses of the prisoners were nearly unrecognizable from the number of bullet wounds they'd received.
  • In "Probate," her life cleaved in half and unrecognizable to herself, Adrienne is forced to pay a visit to Probate court. Dora Levy Mossanen: Master of Dark Tales
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