Definition of insolubly in English:


Pronunciation /-blē/


See insoluble

‘Tis the season of insolubly hard quizzes compiled for precocious public school boys, so here's my contribution.’
  • ‘Different souls contribute to a movie, more often than not in cheerful company; a book is surrendered by one insolubly trapped victim of solitude.’
  • ‘I propose another model that does better in accounting for the nuances of masculinity in the Western, for I do not find the genre's representation of masculinity as insolubly conflicted as Pumphrey suggests.’
  • ‘And so wars continue, endlessly and insolubly.’
  • ‘In sum, the bill remains insolubly problematic, despite its limitations.’