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It was an indescribable change, but Andrew knew that the man had opened his eyes.
The peculiar feelings one has who is a "runaway" are indescribable.
There was indescribable rebuke in her slow emphasis of the words.
There was an indescribable menace in the forger's half-uttered threat.
I had an indescribable sense that I ought to applaud, as if I were a public meeting.
There was an indescribable block of vehicles, stretchers, and mattresses.
His room, while he was at college, was in a state of indescribable confusion.
The vast, indescribable loneliness of the wilderness possessed my soul.
The rewards they bestow are sweet, and ravishing, and indescribable.
She expired in my arms in convulsions, and my distress was indescribable.