It is an ineffably
oozy, stringy affair, most frequently found in the tubs of sperm, after a prolonged squeezing, and subsequent decanting.
Those leaping horses, striking sparks from the cobbles in their forward lunge, were creatures to be ineffably
Suddenly, among them, he lit on a small volume of verse which he had ordered because the name had attracted him: "The House of Life." 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.
So, then, he felt himself ineffably
superior to me in every respect!
world, perhaps, excepting always the ineffably
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.
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.
I wish I knew more about him.' She stopped a moment, and I swear her face was ineffably
holy as she said, 'I could have made him a good wife.'
"They understood that once paradise was paved, something ineffably
precious would be lost forever," said Robin Zanotti, president of the nonprofit C&O Canal Trust.
Given their physical existence and the historic contribution of the seminaries to religious extremism and terrorism in the country and above all the occurring of the ineffably
gruesome Peshawar carnage on children, regulating and registering madrassas should have been quite easy.
'In the mad heart does reside A wild, dark desire An ancient desire, ineffably
sad To be one with the blackness For a moment A moment.
Or, more accurately, I knew her: The 17-year-old high school student portrayed by Jamie Lee Curtis in the 1978 horror classic "Halloween" ineffably
chimed with my own contradictory selfhood as an adolescent girl coming of age in a perpetually autumnal Midwest.