Examples of unknowable in a Sentence
a God whose nature is unknown and unknowable
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Jessie Mueller, who won a Tony for her smashing performance as Carole King in Beautiful, brings a trancelike mystery and sadness to Julie Jordan, as befits an unknowable character.
In his future, McAulty’s robots are benevolent monarchs, bloodthirsty tyrants, and unknowable gods who hold all the cards against humans.
Whether that message will do more for the Democrats than a high-profile fight over Kennedy’s replacement will do for GOP turnout is unknowable.
Reburied at the American cemetery in Manila, most of their identities were assumed unknowable.
The weary narrator floats away in a dream, in search of the unknowable, the deep forbidden music somewhere off in the distance.
The magic of basketball is that there are certain answers that will always be unknowable, and certain arguments that will never end.
No one knows the timetable under which the lawyers are working, so to suggest that everything will be wrapped up before the elections is to pretend to know the unknowable.
Jumping for joy What developer Moon Studios does so well is suggest a vast and unknowable world with the broadest of brush strokes.
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UNKNOWABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unknowable for English Language Learners
: not able to be known : not knowable
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