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Describing something I’ve never been through

How do you describe something you can’t describe?

ineffable Add to list Share. Anything ineffable is unspeakably beautiful, moving, or horrible. It’s beyond expression. If something is so powerful or emotional that you can’t even describe it, it’s ineffable.

What is a word to describe someone who has been through alot?

Tenacity is defined as “persistent determination”.

What is it called when you describe something in detail?

The adjective elaborate is used to describe when something is planned with a lot of attention to detail or when something is intricate or detailed itself.

What is it called when something is described as something it is not?

Theologically, the term used for definition through negation is apophatic. Definition: (Of knowledge of God) Obtained through negation. The opposite of cataphatic.

What do you call someone who overcomes obstacles?

dogged, assiduous, indefatigable, indomitable, pertinacious, steadfast, stubborn, tenacious, unremitting, untiring.

What is a word for never give up?

Having or showing tenacity and grim persistence. dogged. staunch. perseverant. resolute.

What is a tortuous?

Definition of tortuous

1 : marked by repeated twists, bends, or turns : winding a tortuous path. 2a : marked by devious or indirect tactics : crooked, tricky a tortuous conspiracy. b : circuitous, involved the tortuous jargon of legal forms.

What does it mean to elucidate something?

to make lucid

Definition of elucidate

transitive verb. : to make lucid especially by explanation or analysis elucidate a text. intransitive verb. : to give a clarifying explanation.

How do you elaborate something?

Explain:​ simply expand on your established point in clear, straightforward terms. Illustrate:​ provide a specific example that shows your idea in practice. Describe Literally:​ write about the subject’s qualities/elements in concrete language.

What is an example of misnomer?

Definition of misnomer

1 : the misnaming of a person in a legal instrument. 2a : a use of a wrong or inappropriate name Nowadays it is a misnomer to call a farmer a peasant. b : a wrong name or inappropriate designation The name “Greenland” is a misnomer, since much of the island is covered by a massive ice sheet.

What is an example of apocryphal?

Urban legends — stories about phantom hitchhikers, deep-fried rats, and spider eggs in bubblegum — are classic examples of apocryphal tales. They’re told as if they’re true, but no one can ever verify their origins or authenticity.

When you define something by what it is not?

Definition by negation

To explain something by showing us what it is not is to define by negation. Frequently, this tactic can be used to shatter a stereotype or to undercut conventional wisdom.

What’s the word for a feeling you can’t describe?

Alexithymia. Definition: inability to identify and express or describe one’s feelings. Alexithymia is a fairly recent word, showing up in English in the mid-1970s.

What’s the word when you don’t know how you feel?

Alexithymia is when an individual has difficulty identifying, describing, and expressing emotions. This term was coined by Peter Sifneos in 1972, and it comes from the roots of Greek words that literally mean, “lack of words for emotion.”