Meaning of unintelligibly in English:


Pronunciation /ˌʌnɪnˈtɛlɪdʒəbli/

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‘To that end, he reproduces pages from 17th century books - pages and pages of Latin going on pompously and unintelligibly, forging the way ahead for the fledging sciences.’
  • ‘As I made my way up 2nd Avenue, I noticed a raving lunatic weaving all over the sidewalk yelling and screaming unintelligibly.’
  • ‘He's kinda got a similar guitar strum, one dancing leg thing going for him, as well as the singing completely unintelligibly thing, too.’
  • ‘While some muttered unintelligibly, others just didn't have any answer.’
  • ‘From the way he reacted (not at all), I'd say he was asleep… except for the fact that he kept mumbling angrily and unintelligibly to himself.’