unfathomable


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And into the unfathomable have I again seemed to sink.--
'It's just unfathomable that such things would happen,' UDN quoted him as saying.
Green shirts bowlers miserably sank in the unfathomable sea of England batting.
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He described her as "one in a million", adding: "A young carer herself, Angie has co-ordinated the support of over 1,000 young carers and their families to date, making an unfathomable difference to every single one of them.
The decision is all the more unfathomable because the court accepted families with young children were being pushed deep into poverty.
How are mass-murdering terrorists and rocket-launchers aiming indiscriminately at men, women and children able to reconcile their daily lives with unfathomable expressions of cruelty, violence and barbarism?
LOS ANGELES (AFP) - Memphis Grizzlies general manager Chris Wallace called the unravelling of a planned three-team NBA trade over apparent mistaken identity of one of the players involved "unfathomable."
'Jan-e-Baharaan Rashk-e-Chaman' a song from the 1962 film Azra composed by Master Inayet Hussain took him to the zenith of success and secured him unfathomable fame.
'Dee Dee may have had her personal challenges, but the idea that she molested my children is overwhelming and, for us, unfathomable,' Cissy said in an earlier statement.
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These traumas are no longer "unfathomable or "unspeakable," but rather, manageable memories of bad experiences that the children have had the courage to face and master.