Definition of 'indescribable'
Example sentences containing 'indescribable'
A BOOK OF LANDS AND PEOPLES (2003)
Trust: that almost indescribable quality of relationship in which a leader builds and then enjoys the confidence of the people.Christianity Today (2000)
It is an indescribable feeling.The Sun (2016)
The thrill of cruising the skies, open to the elements but harnessing them to your purpose, is almost indescribable.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
He said: 'It was indescribable.The Sun (2008)
As her mother, the pain and anxiety I feel for her is indescribable and the feeling of helplessness overwhelming.The Sun (2008)
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