Definition of introuvable
: impossible to find pamphlets, all now almost introuvable — Times Literary Supplement
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Origin and Etymology of introuvable
French, from in- 1in- + trouvable capable of being found, from Middle French, from trouver to find (probably from—assumed—Vulgar Latin tropare to compose) + -able — more at troubadour
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