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inconceivable
used in Northanger Abbey

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totally unlikely
  • It was inconceivable, incredible, impossible!
    Chapter 9 (78% in)
  • Her manners showed good sense and good breeding; they were neither shy nor affectedly open; and she seemed capable of being young, attractive, and at a ball without wanting to fix the attention of every man near her, and without exaggerated feelings of ecstatic delight or inconceivable vexation on every little trifling occurrence.
    Chapter 8 (55% in)
  • ...her own watch, nor her brother's, nor the servant's; she would believe no assurance of it founded on reason or reality, till Morland produced his watch, and ascertained the fact; to have doubted a moment longer then would have been equally inconceivable, incredible, and impossible; and she could only protest, over and over again, that no two hours and a half had ever gone off so swiftly before, as Catherine was called on to confirm; Catherine could not tell a falsehood even to please...
    Chapter 9 (80% in)
  • Is not it inconceivable, Henry?
    Chapter 25 (82% in)

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