indefinably

[ in-di-fahy-nuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF indefinably
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But the sense of security has been subtly and indefinably shaken.

It was vulgar and not cordial, and yet it was honest and indefinably kind.

Then indefinably, yet quite perceptibly his mood changed and his appearance with it.

He was indefinably serious by nature, yet not melancholy, and absolutely acquiescent in his life conditions.

Somehow the thought was distasteful to him, vaguely, indefinably so, but still distasteful.

Your whole accumulated experience is indefinably expressing itself in your suspicion; and nine times out of ten it is right.

Something in the touch of her soft body, the caress of her satin hands, was indefinably comforting.

A lyric is indefinably more than the sentiment expressed in it, as a rose is more than its substance.

The astonished and acute attention of her whole being was indefinably expressed by the silence in which she now listened.

She was smiling a faint half-smile, sweet but indefinably teasing, and holding out a daintily gloved hand.

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