One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
See unspeakableas submodifier ‘he was unspeakably cruel’
- ‘To get the best vantage point we drove right to the top of the mountain - the Peshmerga front line. It was dark, unspeakably bleak and incredibly cold.’
- ‘People who, presumably, were hired because of their obvious brilliance do these unspeakably stupid things.’
- ‘Denise Graves, who sang the two solos, is an unspeakably beautiful person with such an incredible voice.’
- ‘Then they were held at Bagram and Kandahar, where their treatment was unspeakably harsh and cruel.’
- ‘While a relationship is breaking down, people can be unspeakably cruel to each other.’
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