It is served lukewarm; but no matter, ice could not help it; it is incurably
He was an incurably
indolent person; he was not in the least afraid of Mr.
Her manner was incurably
gentle; and she was not aware how much it concealed the sternness of her purpose.
I know this fellow has succeeded in making himself something incurably
commonplace and comic.
He was a man of good family and of great ability, but on incurably
vicious habits, who had be an ingenious system of fraud obtained huge sums of money from the leading London merchants.
It was partly the raven colour of the pine-woods; but partly also an indescribable atmosphere almost described in Scott's great tragedy; the smell of something that died in the eighteenth century; the smell of dank gardens and broken urns, of wrongs that will never now be righted; of something that is none the less incurably
sad because it is strangely unreal.
Richard had audiences with ministers, and foretold a crisis at no distant date, "the foundations of government being incurably
It was hard to believe, as he looked back over it, that the whole great span was incurably
disabled, was already as good as condemned, because something was out of line in the lower chord of the cantilever arm.
Public opinion in the neighborhood (especially public opinion among the women) had long since decided that his manners were offensive, and his temper incurably
He inherited a deformed and dwarfed body and an incurably
sickly constitution, which carried with it abnormal sensitiveness of both nerves and mind.
To my charity have ye ever sent the most impudent beggars; around my sympathy have ye ever crowded the incurably
I am the most incurably
lazy devil that ever stood in shoe leather -- that is, when the fit is on me, for I can be spry enough at times.