Definition of undefinably in English:


Pronunciation /-ˈfīnəblē/


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‘Overall, there's an undefinably exotic texture that seems somehow strange and familiar at the same time.’
  • ‘The fish was fresh, but there was something undefinably wrong with the rice, and all the sushi was just shoddily made.’
  • ‘Any one paragraph of its output could be mistaken for human, but there was something undefinably strange about it; he could tell what the computer was arguing, but not why.’
  • ‘Although strongly rooted in folk, Bluegrass, and Celtic traditions, there's something undefinably personal and unique in his music; a disarming delicacy and grace.’
  • ‘And the end results are something undefinably great.’