In my experience, I can only say that she carried something with her which softly and inscrutably possessed itself of my will, and made me as unconsciously obedient to her wishes as if I had been her dog.
To that result her inquiries had inscrutably conducted her
So I put it before her, but she continued for a little so inscrutably
embarrassed that I came again to her aid.
He rather looked upon it as one of those beautiful dispensations which are inscrutably
brought about for the behoof and advantage of good men.
Do you know, gentlemen --very gravely and mathematically bowing to each Captain in succession -- Do you know, gentlemen, that the digestive organs of the whale are so inscrutably
constructed by Divine Providence, that it is quite impossible for him to completely digest even a man's arm?
For, it inscrutably
appeared to stand to reason, in the minds of the whole company, that I was an excrescence on the entertainment.
But suddenly her look changed and deepened inscrutably
She made use of the street-cars when need be, the terrible things that people scrambled for as the panic-stricken at sea scramble for the boats; she affronted, inscrutably
, under stress, all the public concussions and ordeals; and yet, with that slim mystifying grace of her appearance, which defied you to say if she were a fair young woman who looked older through trouble, or a fine smooth older one who looked young through successful indifference with her precious reference, above all, to memories and histories into which he could enter, she was as exquisite for him as some pale pressed flower (a rarity to begin with), and, failing other sweetnesses, she was a sufficient reward of his effort.
Little more than a year had passed since she breathed that wish; and how inscrutably
, how awfully, it had been fulfilled
and sauntered out inscrutably
to continue his walk on the Parade.
In each of them stands out one dominating figure, the hero, a desperate and terrible adventurer, characterized by Byron himself as possessing 'one virtue and a thousand crimes,' merciless and vindictive to his enemies, tremblingly obeyed by his followers, manifesting human tenderness only toward his mistress (a delicate romantic creature to whom he is utterly devoted in the approved romantic-sentimental fashion), and above all inscrutably
enveloped in a cloud of pretentious romantic melancholy and mystery.
Raffles stared at me inscrutably
for some moments, and for some more at the great white numbers over the grand-stand.