inexplicably

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Suddenly and, as it seemed to them, inexplicably, Mrs. Clutters had died.

You came to my room while I was inexplicably out and waited till I returned.

All mundane phenomena were inexplicably contorted that night.

And yet I remembered how unhappy I felt, how inexplicably unhappy.

Strength was flowing into me, as inexplicably as it had flowed away from me a while past.

It seemed to him that the spray of flowers had inexplicably vanished.

The other was engaged by an empty coal-scuttle with a pair of slippers in it, inexplicably.

Then, inexplicably, they turned and went back along the path.

For sometimes love dies just as simply and inexplicably as it is born.

Promptly, inexplicably, with amicability, gratefully it was declined.

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