It is an ineffably
oozy, stringy affair, most frequently found in the tubs of sperm, after a prolonged squeezing, and subsequent decanting.
He said, and on his Son with Rayes direct Shon full, he all his Father full exprest Ineffably
into his face receiv'd, And thus the filial Godhead answering spake.
So, then, he felt himself ineffably
superior to me in every respect
He took it up, and found himself plunged in an atmosphere unlike any he had ever breathed in books; so warm, so rich, and yet so ineffably
tender, that it gave a new and haunting beauty to the most elementary of human passions.
world, perhaps, excepting always the ineffably
Those leaping horses, striking sparks from the cobbles in their forward lunge, were creatures to be ineffably
She stopped a moment, and I swear her face was ineffably
holy as she said, 'I could have made him a good wife.
The first breath on opening the door is so ineffably
pure that it makes me gasp, and I feel a black and sinful object in the midst of all the spotlessness.
At higher and higher levels, these increasingly abstract-universal sets of standards (to govern selection among lower-level sets of standards) approach asymptotically, without ever reaching, the ultimate abstract-universal--the at-the-last ineffably
abstract and universal--ledger of natural rights.
A bad situation is steadily worsening as the ineffably
Reverend Pat Robertson's myrmidons sneakily get themselves elected to school boards (3,000 in the last couple of years).
He recounts matters disgusting, ugly, raunchy, repulsive, sexually graphic, ineffably
sad, occasionally joy-filled--all of which combine to make a novel larger than life.
Instead it borrowed a vernacular American term and bent it, much as the blues is known for bending notes so that they ineffably
mirror the high-lonesome condition of adulthood.