One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
See indescribableas submodifier ‘it was indescribably boring’
- ‘Since he bought the gas station from his boss, in 1940, he's done well for himself, but he's done far better for others, including the indescribably lucky members of his family.’
- ‘The times in which we live are indescribably difficult and troubled.’
- ‘The second is the view which is indescribably beautiful.’
- ‘The person responsible for such an indescribably appalling crime must be taken off the streets because it is inevitable he will strike again.’
- ‘I am indescribably excited about this; as well you should be too, because I've got a mean eye for details and an acknowledged tendency to over-share.’
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