unutterably

[ UK /ʌnˈʌtəɹəbli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. to an inexpressible degree
    she was looking very young tonight, and, as usual, indescribably beautiful, in a simple strapless dress of a green and white silky cotton
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How To Use unutterably In A Sentence

  • _ -- It was, no doubt, by way of brightening an unutterably gloomy week that Mr. L'ESTRANGE MALONE, who has not hitherto been known as a humourist, invited the Government to intercede at Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 159, October 27, 1920
  • The sick man lay unutterably weak and spent, kept alive by morphia and by drinks, which he sipped slowly.
  • She came home exhausted and unutterably sad.
  • I suddenly felt unutterably depressed.
  • And what is the essence of that strange and bitter miracle of life which we feel so poignantly, so unutterably, with such a bitter pain and joy, when we are young?
  • This you do with much the same air that you would walk into the 16)dock at 17)Bow Street, and then, feeling unutterably miserable, you stand solemnly staring at the child.
  • Fans of the British incarnation will probably agree that this clip is at once familiar and also almost unutterably alien. Video Clip From The US Remake of Spaced | /Film
  • Now, when I arrived in unutterably chic Aix-en-Provence, I was a totally unaccomplished drinker.
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