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incapable of being grasped by the intellect or understanding

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So they will come to govern inscrutably, striking down challengers as enemies of Progress, the people, and change.
So far, she has kept her cards close to her chest, with her government speaking inscrutably and in generalities.
They pour purple fluid down their throats and inscrutably look out at each other through their haze.
PHILIPPE PARRENO (TATE MODERN, LONDON; CURATED BY ANDREA LISSONI WITH VASSIUS OIKONOMOPOULOS) Parreno has turned the Turbine Hall into a mesmerizing machine producing light, sound, cinematic effects, and choreography: Inflated fish float in the air, huge planes reminiscent of Russian Constructivism ascend and descend inscrutably in the semidarkness, and a flickering apparatus seems to send out signals that trigger reactions throughout the entire museum.
They were saying she was destructive and inscrutably oriental and this, that and the other.
But her over-assertive demeanour projected a Prime Minister lacking the confidence to be inscrutably ambivalent.
One thing lost in all the hype leading up to the show's return is the inconvenient truth that so many of us peeled off from The X-Files in the latter years, after the 1998 release of an inscrutably convoluted theatrical movie, when the stories began to sag like alien skin and co-star David Duchovny was MIA.
7) Mysteries or complex phenomena are the product of inscrutably complex human interactions and, like any complex system, are sensitive to countless variables and therefore inherently unpredictable.
Cyclicality and progression mix together inscrutably, confounding readers who hope to parse them.
7) In his classic text, Berger argues that animal-human gazes generate a feeling of awe accompanied by the recognition that animals, in spite of their sentience and mortality, are inscrutably different from people due to their limited or nonexistent linguistic capacities.
A process that has been honed and refined for the past two decades suddenly is in disarray, the result of factors both painfully obvious and inscrutably subtle:
From a very different perspective than that afforded by the early philosophy, Wittgenstein in the later writings is thereby positioned to pronounce all putative philosophical concepts, questions, answers, principles, and propositions, as meaningless, deeply and often almost inscrutably in violation of the pragmatically originating and justifying philosophical grammar of terms and phrases in the toolkits of genuine language games.
The mansion is also haunted by a male counterpart--a sex crazed patriarch who had fashioned himself in the image of his omnipotent, possessive, and inscrutably willful God.
at times the child is inscrutably and passively observant, manifesting the acquiescent behavior suggestive of the current meek state of the male.
Thus far in Twig's career, as if by magic, all but one of her songs have simultaneously occurred to her with a concept for a video, typically revolving around the soil of fantastical, inscrutably symbolic scenario that arrives to one in dreams.