unintelligibly


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Synonyms for unintelligibly

in an unintelligible manner

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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.
I went to my professor's office to ask for an extension, and began gibbering unintelligibly as I had the night before.
1 Calculate (7) 5 Keep under control (7) 16 Twice as many (7) 17 Aberdeenshire model (5,3) 18 Onlookers (9) 19 Slow (5) 20 Newt (3) 21 Tidal barrier (3,4) 22 Atone for (6) 23 Proof of purchase (7) 25 World's highest mountain (7) 26 River mammal (5) 27 Football pundit, - - - MacLeod (5) 29 Chattered unintelligibly (8) 31 Elderly lady?
29) This should reduce the number of unintelligibly splintered decisions that frustrate the bar, the lower courts, and even members of the Court itself.
So I remember being taken aback by the commitment of kids who could have been out enjoying their first experience of serious short-term memory loss, but had instead opted to spend the start of their weekend grunting unintelligibly without even a hint of booze.
That failing is even more crucial in the final act, where five of the principal characters (the sixth, Henry Kissinger, is on extended break in the loo) grapple unintelligibly with their inner demons.
Sky Sports News are already winding the rubber band on Jim White, and he'll be gibbering unintelligibly, while rotating like a wind-up Hippo toy you put in the kid's bath.
Mary-Kate Olsen was less eloquent, saying simply that she was "excited to be surprised" while British indie band the Kooks rambled rather unintelligibly.
According to Al-Madinah, the killer was sitting with a gun in his hand, mumbling unintelligibly.
Strange things wash up on shore, although rarely as strange as this: a castaway with legs amputated at the knee and speaking unintelligibly, perhaps Italian or Polish, and to some, not at all.
The creation-evolution debate has been raging since 1859 and it has given birth to an unintelligibly vast range of concepts which are scattered between the two extremes of creation- evolution discourse.
Hansen writes, "And just when Anna was inquiring what the Swiss man was doing in China, he lost hold of the ropes, and with scared eyes fell backward, yelling unintelligibly as he tumbled and jounced down the rigging and smacked hard into the North Sea, where he died.
Nor does Jarvis' interest in "yesterday's unintelligibly avant-garde social science, or metaphysics and epistemology" extend to the "common sense" of today (7).