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Somehow, in a manner inexplainable, a vague barrier had arisen between us.
GORDON CRAIGRANDALL PARRISH
But at times certain incidents or coincidents take place in the life of the soldier that are inexplainable, to say the least.
HISTORY OF KERSHAW'S BRIGADED. AUGUSTUS DICKERT
An inexplainable instinct sometimes warns a person of the approach of peril.
BLAZING ARROWEDWARD S. ELLIS
The contents and tone of this note make it inexplainable that the break between Wilson and Bryan was on its account.
NEW YORK TIMES CURRENT HISTORY; THE EUROPEAN WAR, VOL 2, NO. 4, JULY, 1915VARIOUS
During the various trips several mysterious and inexplainable things occurred.
THE WONDER ISLAND BOYS: EXPLORING THE ISLANDROGER THOMPSON FINLAY
She felt glad that he was behind her, in a vague, impersonal, thoroughly inexplainable way.
THE BLOOD RED DAWNCHARLES CALDWELL DOBIE
To Mike and the doctor the puzzle was more inexplainable than before.
THE BOY PATROL AROUND THE COUNCIL FIREEDWARD SYLVESTER ELLIS
Why the seriousness of this has not been realized by the government is inexplainable.
THE LAND OF TOMORROWWILLIAM B STEPHENSON, JR.
The Contessa's smile, so radiant, so inexplainable, tormented him with a thousand doubts.
SIR TOMMRS. OLIPHANT
She kept naming him over and over within herself, with a secret inexplainable swell of pride and comfort.
THE HOUSE ON THE MOOR, V. 1/3MRS. OLIPHANT

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