Great was his confidence, implicit, sublime, ineffably Irish.
I could not help laughing at the thought, it sounded so ineffably comic.
But how ineffably weak and mean did she appear in her own eyes!
Already there was something sacred and ineffably sweet about her voice and face.
The things she had said were answered only by his scorn, and she could see he was ineffably ashamed of her.
The water-courses were ineffably stony, and, of course, there were no bridges.
Either this writer is ineffably ignorant, or his impudence is astounding.
He is ineffably pure, the source of all Truth, the Holy God.
For the rest, His ex-Excellency seemed to be ineffably bored with his new functions.
How interesting, how tremendously, ineffably interesting was Life!