inscrutable[ in-skroo-tuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF inscrutable
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Mary regarded the girl with an expression that was inscrutable when she spoke again.
Her red lips smiled softly, and her eyes were dark and inscrutable.
The old soldiers, for some inscrutable reason, go for goose to a man.
The Chief Inspector stood it well, deferential but inscrutable.
The image returned his unwavering gaze with inscrutable kindness.
Heneage's inscrutable face was still upturned in their direction.
She could tell nothing by his face, which was calm and inscrutable.
She has been watching the preceding incident with inscrutable eyes.
Jaska merely smiled her inscrutable smile, and did not answer.
His thin lips parted in a smile, whose meaning was inscrutable.