inconceivably inconceivably

Definition(s):

  • (adv) to an inconceivable degree

Usage(s):

  1. But when the rules don't apply, when inconceivably cold-blooded evil is in command, the victims are truly helpless.
  2. But when the rules don't apply, when inconceivably cold-blooded evil is in command, the victims are truly helpless.
  3. The reality and expressiveness of the performance make broader meanings as clear as daylight and inconceivably moving.

News

  • Record-Pilot Reunites Vet With Army Pals

    Vietnam veteran Sam Esposito was reunited with his Army buddies and received an inconceivably gracious welcome while attending their Company C/22 Reunion in Oklahoma this past June, an experience Sam says he owes, in part, to coverage he received in the Record Pilot. In 2009 Sam was honored as a decorated Vietnam Vet in Glen Cove’s Memorial Day Parade and Ceremonies. The Record Pilot had pre ...
    on September 7, 2013     Source: Glen Cove Record-Pilot

Quotes

  • "It seems the driver of the bus passed when the barrier was down and the train cut the bus in half," Daniel Scioli, the provincial governor, told local television at the crash scene. "It was inconceivably imprudent."
    on Mar 9, 2008 By: Daniel Scioli Source: Reuters

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