Difficult or impossible to explain; inexplicable.(adjective)
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Use "inexplainable" in a sentence
"When the players of Verse begin falling into inexplainable comas worldwide, the world is catapulted into a state of turmoil – and the players themselves find out that Verse is not what it appears to be."
"Gushy adorable couple example #1: On Thursday I awoke with an inexplainable craving for a Blue Ribbon BLT."
"This is the true war on terror humans are born into—the war between frightened but reasoning animals and the inexplainable terrors of nature, the jungle from which we animals came."