unthinkably

[ UK /ʌnθˈɪŋkəbli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. to an unimaginable extent
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How To Use unthinkably In A Sentence

  • And if we've become unthinkingly certain of these unpleasantries, we can be doubly certain that the combination of the two is unthinkably unpleasant, right?
  • Employees dubbed it the Googleplex, a pun on the mathematical term googolplex, meaning an unthinkably large number. In the Plex
  • In an interview with the FT, Mr Yosano cited industries such as automaking, steel and electrical machinery as leading the rebound after an 'unthinkably bad' first quarter of 2009. The Big Picture
  • Even from America's great liberal arts colleges, transcripts reflect an undergraduate specialization that would have been unthinkably narrow just a generation ago.
  • He knew the prod of impulse to join in this rush away from some unthinkably catastrophic event that impended and that stirred his intuitive apprehensions of death. CHAPTER XIX
  • Selling municipal bonds in Atlanta was unthinkably wretched.
  • Yet now, resolutely, as only a man can do who is capable of martyring himself for the cause of science, he proceeded to violate all the fineness and delicacy of his nature by making love to the unthinkably disgusting bushwoman. THE RED ONE
  • Yet now, resolutely, as only a man can do who is capable of martyring himself for the cause of science, he proceeded to violate all the fineness and delicacy of his nature by making love to the unthinkably disgusting bushwoman. THE RED ONE
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