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Synonyms for unintelligibly

in an unintelligible manner

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The woman shielded her face and began mumbling unintelligibly before she finally said loud and clear, "Bye
Many reality TV shows portray immature adults competing in unattractive ways while arguing unintelligibly about unimportant things.
The man in the vest raises his arms and shouts triumphantly, unintelligibly, above clapping and laughter.
The results of this melancholy are illustrated by al-Farabi's going out and talking unintelligibly about logic ([section] 3.
Drunks warbled unintelligibly while geisha sang bawdy refrains.
He said it would create ''a couple thousand'' jobs (the State Department study says approximately 42,100 ''direct, indirect, and induced'') and said, unintelligibly, ''those are temporary jobs until the construction actually happens.
The Russian word for "German" is nemets--which means a person who speaks unclearly, unintelligibly, like a mute person.
Some of the accents were so unintelligibly Yorkshire that I could only understand one word in five - and I am not joking - and the whole thing was pitiful.
I do not know whether Gupta has included this column in his unintelligibly titled anthology Anticipating India that has just come out.
Similar pieces, unintelligibly highbrow by today's standards in a magazine meant for mass consumption, appear in the "Religion" and "Books" departments.
What is worse according to Naeem (2010) is the unintelligibly vague nature of publications on creative writing practices in English, which renders it practically impossible for anyone to follow all English fiction that is being published in the country.
Our characters in Prometheus want to know why they were created and the Engineer (who may not have even been able to understand such an inferior race) responds unintelligibly to their first request (which is albeit full of hubris as it is a selfish one) and proceeds to eliminate them.
Jabbering unintelligibly with thick brows jutting out above their eyes, who could they be?
But in recycling, unintelligibly, an idea the Army officer corps already debates and tries to improve, Thomas Ricks's The Generals distracts from legitimate issues and cheapens the debate.
Yet the "moral" of the story is that the son of a doctor has every right to so unintelligibly tell his dad where to stick their family's generations of medical practice.