From in- + discoverable.
indiscoverable (comparative more indiscoverable, superlative most indiscoverable)
- Unable to be discovered, undiscoverable, not discoverable.
- 1884, George Gissing, Unclassed, ch. 8:
- His senses reeled amid the din and rattle of classes where discipline was unknown and intelligence almost indiscoverable.
- 1920, D. H. Lawrence, Women in Love, ch. 23:
- Even as he went into the lighted, public place he remained dark and magic, the living silence seemed the body of reality in him, subtle, potent, indiscoverable.