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inexplicable
used in Gone with the Wind

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Definition
incapable of being explained or accounted for
  • All that passion meant to her was servitude to inexplicable male madness, unshared by females, a painful and embarrassing process that led inevitably to the still more painful process of childbirth.
    2.11 (87% in)
  • But Scarlett was wrong, for, years before, Ellen Robillard of Savannah had giggled as inexplicably as any fifteen-year-old in that charming coastal city and whispered the long nights through with friends, exchanging confidences, telling all secrets but one.
    1.3 (10% in)

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