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Definition of "inscrutability" [in•scru•ta•bil•i•ty]

  • The condition of being inscrutable (noun)

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Use "inscrutability" in a sentence
  • "Kind and rude, eloquent and reticent, he's an altruistic loner, a misanthropic do-gooder, a study in inscrutability straight out of Eudora Welty or William Faulkner."
  • "It seems to me that he embodies a kind of inscrutability that makes it difficult to define him ... more"
  • "It seems to me that he embodies a kind of inscrutability that makes it difficult to define him precisely -- another characteristic I would include in describing spiritual warriors."