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inconceivable
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • All these evolutions are executed with an inconceivable address and marvellous rapidity, without the police interfering in the matter.
  • From his past life, from his resolution to shrink from nothing, the count had acquired an inconceivable relish for the contests in which he had engaged, sometimes against nature, that is to say, against God, and sometimes against the world, that is, against the devil.
  • Now, if you marry M. Cavalcanti, and I get the three millions, or even if it is thought I am going to get them, my credit will be restored, and my fortune, which for the last month or two has been swallowed up in gulfs which have been opened in my path by an inconceivable fatality, will revive.
  • "I have just left the count, sir," said he; "he is, doubtless, a delightful man but inconceivably peculiar in his ideas.

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  • "Unthinkable! Inconceivable! Absurd! He could never be made into marshmallows!"
    Roald Dahl  --  Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
  • It isn’t inconceivable; it could happen.
    Nicholas Sparks  --  The Longest Ride

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