Definition of "inconceivability" [in•con•ceiv•a•bil•i•ty]
The quality of being inconceivable.(noun)
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Use "inconceivability" in a sentence
"His inconceivability is the foundation of His immeasurableness."
"The possibility that there is no life after death, no paranormal events, no God and no greater meaning to their existence ponies up an unimaginably vast array of negative emotions as to the "inconceivability" of the above."
"Heredity and the origin of life must be taken into account; the "inconceivability" of the process has some weight; and the apparent infringement of the law of Conservation of Energy is a serious objection."