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1 She found the idea quite inconceivable.
2 Colour is inconceivable to people born blind.
3 It's almost inconceivable that a handicapped girl is very independent and lives all alone.
4 The idea that they might not win was inconceivable to them.
5 It seems inconceivable that the accident could have happened so quickly.
6 He can't go on holiday alone; it's inconceivable.
7 Then the inconceivable happened-I lost my job.
8 It is inconceivable that the minister was not aware of the problem.
9 It would be inconceivable for her to change her mind.
10 It was inconceivable to me that Toby could have been my attacker.
11 This sort of work would have been inconceivable before the advent of microprocessors.
12 It once seemed inconceivable to everyone that men should travel to the moon.
13 It is inconceivable that a man in such a powerful position could act so unwisely.
14 The thought of leaving her family was inconceivable to her.
15 They agreed to do nothing; self-winding up was inconceivable.
16 That, he said, was, strictly speaking,[www.Sentencedict.com] inconceivable.
17 Since it is obviously inconceivable that all religions can be right, the most reasonable conclusion is that they are all wrong. Christopher Hitchens
18 It is inconceivable that any corpus should provide occurrences of all of these possibilities.
19 To him it was inconceivable to be at sea without trailing a hook in the water.
20 Many people thought it was inconceivable that the crash could have been an accident.
21 It is inconceivable that Edward would, for propaganda purposes, have falsely implicated one of his own household knights in treason.
22 After a lifetime and a zillion points, the inconceivable happened: Dusty notched up a record and retired to his farm.
23 A few years ago a car fuelled by solar energy would have been inconceivable.
24 Another nuclear accident in the same place is virtually/almost inconceivable.
25 The opening of a score of nuclear sites in some six years by conventional administrative procedures alone was inconceivable.
26 What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity. These are but trifles, to be sure, but scattered along the life's pathway, the good they do is inconceivable. Joseph Addison
27 When I was a boy, having a bath every day was an inconceivable luxury.
28 In the thirteenth century context, liability for marital rape would clearly have been quite inconceivable.
29 It took Mitchell a second to understand what she had done, this inconceivable act; that she had fouled him.
30 The amount of time and money they have wasted on the project is inconceivable.
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