adjective. ['ˌɪndɪˈskraɪbəbəl'] defying expression or description.
- -able (English)
- describe (English)
- descriven (Middle English (1100-1500))
- in- (English)
- in (Latin)
Words that Rhyme with Indescribable
Example sentences of the word indescribable
Instead, it is an indescribable internal component that becomes part of the Gnostic's mind and soul.
Quotes containing the word indescribable
1. It always strikes me, and it is very peculiar, that, whenever we see the image of indescribable and unutterable desolation—of loneliness, poverty, and misery, the end and extreme of things—the thought of God comes into one's mind.
- Vincent van Gogh
2. Every day God invites us on the same kind of adventure. It's not a trip where He sends us a rigid itinerary, He simply invites us. God asks what it is He's made us to love, what it is that captures our attention, what feeds that deep indescribable need of our souls to experience the richness of the world He made. And then, leaning over us, He whispers, "Let's go do that together.
- Bob Goff
3. She said she never wanted to have secrets from me nor from herself, which is why she wanted to write down everything that otherwise would be hard to talk about. As I said, later I understood that someone who flees into honesty like that fears something, fears that her life will fill with something that can no longer be shared, a genuine secret, indescribable, unutterable.
- Sándor Márai, Embers