He expressed no alarm, and seemed to feel none that was worth mentioning; but it struck me that he was softened - indefinably
, for I could not have said how, and could never afterwards recall how when I tried; but certainly.
They were all feverish, boastful, and indefinably
loose; and they all ate and drank a great deal; and made bets in eating and drinking.
There is something indefinably
keen and wan about her anatomy, and she has a watchful way of looking out of the corners of her eyes without turning her head which could be pleasantly dispensed with, especially when she is in an ill humour and near knives.
He regarded this power of attraction in wealth to draw wealth to it, as something remarkably interesting and curious--something indefinably
allied to the loadstone and gravitation.
THIS same morning dawned for the prince pregnant with no less painful presentiments,--which fact his physical state was, of course, quite enough to account for; but he was so indefinably
melancholy,--his sadness could not attach itself to anything in particular, and this tormented him more than anything else.
At worst, Africans were seen as inherently incapable of acquiring the requisite skills; at best, it was supposed that they would require an indefinably
long period of exposure to modernizing influences.
Urging the BBC to take charge for 2020, he suggested grime, techno, folk, metal and indie should be options as we focus on "the indefinably
exciting stuff we export around the world and the world loves us back for".
Dr Max Davie, officer for health promotion at the RCPCH, told BBC News that phones, computers and tablets were a "great way to explore the world", but parents were often made to feel that there was something "indefinably
wrong" about them.
Immigration authorities are arguing that a court order preventing family separation gives them the legal power to detain families indefinably
ethereally, and ahistorically and indefinably
In short, my call is for
Moderation is somewhere indefinably
between the satisfaction of a craving and the start of achieving it.
"Each recipe has to have something indefinably
'Ottolenghi' about it," says Yotam.