inexpressible

[ in-ik-spres-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF inexpressible

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It is this which throws an inexpressible charm over the narrative.

To my inexpressible disappointment, Miss Montenero was not with her father.

She gave a sigh of inexpressible relief and then rose to go.

And there was an inexpressible melancholy in the tone as she spoke it.

Its power lies in the region of the inexpressible; it tells us what the words cannot.

Penelope smiled in her sleep and her soul was filled with inexpressible peace.

The look of joy upon their sun-browned faces was inexpressible.

Dull and uninteresting as it may be to others, for him it will possess an inexpressible charm.

I cannot describe the inexpressible softness, tenderness, and music of his accent.

Alroy watched their departure with a glance of inexpressible anguish.

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