Then Tantor would follow her up, goring the frail, little body with his relentless tusks, or trampling it into an unrecognizable
mass beneath his ponderous feet.
Thus the house had become unrecognizable
, and Bertuccio himself declared that he scarcely knew it, encircled as it was by a framework of trees.
But that is silver," answered the archaeologist, in a voice now almost unrecognizable
Our statute is a currency which we stamp with our own portrait: it soon becomes unrecognizable
, and in process of time will return to the mint.
She had grown thin and pale, but that was not what made her unrecognizable
; she was unrecognizable
at the moment he entered because on that face whose eyes had always shone with a suppressed smile of the joy of life, now when he first entered and glanced at her there was not the least shadow of a smile: only her eyes were kindly attentive and sadly interrogative.
Could this unrecognizable
thing be the man he had been trailing?
So badly swollen was he from mosquito-bites that his face was unrecognizable
, and the acceptance of his identity was largely a matter of faith.
Many of them were unknown and unrecognizable
, and they were buried in Markdale graveyard.
He was unrecognizable
, something quite beyond the ken of honest, ordinary revolutionists whose fiercest hatred for Diaz and his tyranny after all was only that of honest and ordinary patriots.
Indeed, this deformed, unrecognizable
object, reduced to nothing, was the body of Satellite, flattened like a bagpipe without wind, and ever mounting, mounting!
Some fifty miles below the Inner Station we came upon a hut of reeds, an inclined and melancholy pole, with the unrecognizable
tatters of what had been a flag of some sort flying from it, and a neatly stacked wood- pile.
Johnson, as Johnson, was unrecognizable
; and not only that, for his features, as human features at all, were unrecognizable
, so discoloured and swollen had they become in the few minutes which had elapsed between the beginning of the beating and the dragging forward of the body.