But how to give a “proper” name to something which is unnamable, unspeakable?
The indolent habits, the unnamable tastes, have demoralized and unmothered the creature.
“Below” meant down the river and beyond, an unnamable region.
Calm and cold he sat on his unnamable, agitating his beard, looking at me and at times closing his eyes.
There was an unnamable something about him that eluded her mental grasp.
But I may not speak of what was at the other end of the bridge, nor of the unnamable things that I saw—and did!
The TAO (§ 1) is the unnamable, and is the origin of heaven and earth.
Crimes of unnamable character are recited at length in the Holy Book.
But I saw it coming, the whole damnable, unnamable awfulness of it; but I refused to think about the future.
Horror, hot and cold, came over her, and filled her with unnamable dismay.