inscrutable

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Related to inscrutably: appreciably, susurration
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incapable of being grasped by the intellect or understanding

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Besides which, I've lost count of all the patients who had exhaustive food or patch testing, been found sensitive to any number of chemicals and foods--exotic or otherwise--dutifully avoided all of same, yet still break out intermittently and inscrutably, just like all my other atopics.
Inscrutably Adams' face did not betray any indication either way - he'll play against Reading next Sunday.
In moments of immense difficulty, it was always my inscrutably tough mother, an Ilocana with fierceness printed in her genes, who was the pillar of our lives.
A concept which originated in Japan, it's one of those inscrutably indefinable eastern movements which revolves around the idea of acceptance.
You could hardly fault any performer for feeling trapped in Andrews' shadow, or for having a hard time getting a grip on Travers' slippery, inscrutably lovely heroine: How do you play stern yet warm, mischievous yet authoritative, knowing yet sincere?
But Wright, whose analysis of all things Arsenal is inscrutably fair, admitted: "You don't want to see people getting suspended for those reasons.
'Albers managed to remain inscrutably private,' writes Darwent--but this life will deepen our appreciation of his work.
Whole grains are attacked by weevil adults and larvae inscrutably feed and develop within the grains (Ileleji et al., 2007).
Kao's human health care business is composed primarily of food and beverage, and sanitary products, but the company lumps oral care and, inscrutably, eye masks in the mix.
Hiding inscrutably under one orca was a stuffed rhino made in the 1960s by the legendary toy designer Renate Muller.
Homosepians have been inscrutably foolish since their origin.
So they will come to govern inscrutably, striking down challengers as enemies of Progress, the people, and change.
Disambiguation here usually comes down to the modern editorial convention of interpolating a comma after "cold," without which the original text remains inscrutably ambiguous.
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.