unhearable


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Synonyms for unhearable

impossible to hear

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positions the problem by exploring two contexts in which many modern Western believers find themselves: the secular world in which the imagery of saints and of communion over time and across death is unhearable, and the Christian feminist perspective which values nonhierarchial relationships and liberating action.
He dreamt sometimes of being back there, not riding but floating, the tractor din replaced by that dancing unhearable sound, which was like a breath of air supporting his limbs, caressing his head, and stroking his ears, with a whispering warmth that was like laughter.