Example sentences for: impenetrable

How can you use “impenetrable” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • But judges, whose jobs depend on judicial procedures being impenetrable, convoluted, and self-contradictory, systematically conceal what they are thinking of when they use the phrase "reasonable doubt."

  • He stands accused of authoring an impenetrable screed titled Industrial Society and Its Future , and of building bombs.

  • 3) It celebrates impenetrable highbrow books, such as Joyce's Ulysses , which critics admit to never having read.

  • In Slate, Brent Staples finds that the novel's "absence of workaday and historical detail keeps the reader at a distance; many of Morrison's characters are impenetrable to the mind's eye."

  • Forman and his colleagues present the Andy Kaufman mystery as if they thought it was utterly impenetrable" (Joe Morgenstern, the Wall Street Journal ), or as Janet Maslin writes in the New York Times , "what is missing here, though it might have been the first thing expected from an ostensible film biography, is an answer to the simplest question: Who was Andy Kaufman, and how did he get that way?"


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