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Did you, indeed, look up inimitably into a Hesperian sky, or was this firmament the creation of the painter's art?
Granting, however, the initial deficiency in subtlety of charm, the whole poem is inimitably graceful and piquant.
The other copartment is enriched with feathers and so inimitably blended as to produce the happiest effect.
She was inimitably dexterous and indefatigable in improving every occasion of innuendo.
SELF-CONTROLMARY BRUNTON
The proud and delicate reserve with which she veils the anguish she suffers, is inimitably beautiful.
I believe he never wrote anything so witty, so inimitably funny.
He was so distingue, carried himself so loftily, and yet was so gallantly condescending, and so inimitably fascinating.
THE FATAL GLOVECLARA AUGUSTA JONES TRASK
Florence wrote some plays and a number of sprightly songs, which his wife sang inimitably.
AMERICAN MEN OF MINDBURTON E. STEVENSON
The Wonder was completely and quite inimitably devoid of any conceit, and the word ambition had no meaning for him.
THE WONDERJ. D. BERESFORD
The horrid scene it describes, was never more inimitably drawn.

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