inscrutable

Part of speech: adjective

That can not be searched into; undiscoverable.

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Usage examples "inscrutable":

  1. It's all as inscrutable as that mountain wall over there. - "Mystery Ranch", Arthur Chapman.
  2. The function of evil in the economy of the universe is an inscrutable mystery, about which speculative Mysticism merely asserts that the solution cannot be that of the Manicheans. - "Christian Mysticism", William Ralph Inge.
  3. A mother whose child is dying can hardly believe that in the inscrutable Unknown there is anyone who can look to it as well as she. - "Gilbert Keith Chesterton", Maisie Ward.