inscrutability

[ in-skroo-tuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF inscrutability

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It was all humbug––all this mummery about intuitions and unerring perception and inscrutability.

In a kind of radiance, superb in her inscrutability, she laughed before him.

And he was so glad that this decree was inexorable, that its inscrutability did not trouble him at all.

Was it not De Quincey that had a horror of the Chinese—of their inhumaneness and their inscrutability?

"I hope so," she said, with no diminution of her inscrutability.

On the other hand, Jane's inscrutability gave her no discomfort whatever.

When she chose, however, her face could be sphinx-like in its inscrutability.

Always they met your gaze with a baffling veil of inscrutability.

The three last theories are plausible, but all five collapse before the inscrutability of Monsieur's face.

He came across to her; he stood looking at her with his strange new expression of inscrutability.

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