Meaning of inconceivability in English:


Pronunciation /ɪnkənsiːvəˈbɪlɪti/


See inconceivable

‘It is a mixture of both indecision and the truly solid faith in the inconceivability of a heavenly body.’
  • ‘Paradox lends itself to the expression of religious ideas, especially Christian notions concerned with the doctrine of the incarnation, with its mix of divine inconceivability and worldly embodiment.’
  • ‘This scandalous inconceivability - dead men talking?’
  • ‘They took shelter in the utter inconceivability of what was being documented.’
  • ‘Understanding the inconceivability of the Absolute is the only solution to the question of duality.’