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inconceivable
used in The Princess Bride

11 uses
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Definition
totally unlikely
  • It would be inconceivable.
    p. 109.9
  • Absolutely inconceivable?
    p. 109.9
  • "Absolutely, totally, and, in all other ways, inconceivable," the Sicilian reassured him.
    p. 110.0
  • "That is also inconceivable," the Sicilian said.
    p. 110.7
  • Inconceivable!
    p. 114.8
  • "Inconceivable!" the Sicilian cried.
    p. 117.7
  • It was inconceivable that anyone could follow us, but when we looked behind, there was the man in black It was inconceivable that anyone could sail as fast as we could sail, and yet he gained on us.
    p. 117.7
  • It was inconceivable that anyone could follow us, but when we looked behind, there was the man in black It was inconceivable that anyone could sail as fast as we could sail, and yet he gained on us.
    p. 117.8
  • Now this too is inconceivable, but look—look—" and the Spaniard pointed down through the night.
    p. 117.9
  • Inconceivable.
    p. 144.1
  • "Inconceivable!" exploded the Sicilian.
    p. 153.0

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