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inenarrable

adjective in·enar·ra·ble \ˌi-ni-ˈna-rə-bəl\

Definition of INENARRABLE

:  incapable of being narrated :  indescribable

Examples of INENARRABLE

  1. <the filmmaker's decision to depict the essentially inenarrable phenomenon called love by means of a series of lush metaphors>

Origin of INENARRABLE

Middle English, from Latin inenarrabilis, from in- + enarrare to explain in detail, from e- + narrare to narrate
First Known Use: 15th century

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