Definition of unsearchably in English:


Pronunciation /-blē/



See unsearchable

‘What I ultimately received were life-filled messages that unveiled a vast, unlimited, extensive and unsearchably rich Christ, as typified by the land of Canaan in the Old Testament.’
  • ‘Therefore, whatever aspect of Christ we enjoy, that aspect is unsearchably rich, isn't it?’
  • ‘However, course grids suffer from loss of information, particularly in the circular units and the diagonal obstacles, and fine grids result in an unsearchably large space.’
  • ‘I have seen that my Christian life is a quest to know this unsearchably rich Christ.’
  • ‘It was as if we slept from Friday to Monday and dreamed an oppressive, unsearchably significant dream.’