release me from this dreadful, inextricable
position!" he suddenly began to pray.
This precious matter, often confused with other polypi, formed then the inextricable
plots called "macciota," and on which I noticed several beautiful specimens of pink coral.
All around me seemed to be in a state of inextricable
confusion, out of which order finally appeared in the shape of a piece of cambric, of a quality that brought the workmen far and near to visit it.
This feeble and most sensitive of spirits could do neither, yet continually did one thing or another, which intertwined, in the same inextricable
knot, the agony of heaven-defying guilt and vain repentance.
From that elevation could be distinguished an inextricable
network of smaller streams which the river received into its bosom; others came from the west, from between numerous hills, in the midst of fertile plains.
So sudden and unexpected the assault had been that the whites reached the gates before the frightened natives could bar them, and in another minute the village street was filled with armed men fighting hand to hand in an inextricable
These different trees had interwoven their branches into an inextricable
maze, through which the eye could not penetrate.
Straightway it will come to pass that she will fix her eyes upon the knight and he his upon her, and each will seem to the other something more divine than human, and, without knowing how or why they will be taken and entangled in the inextricable
toils of love, and sorely distressed in their hearts not to see any way of making their pains and sufferings known by speech.
The numerous deep gorges presented the appearance of lakes, on account of the dense vapors with which they were filled, and the pinnacles and crags to the South East, piled in inextricable
confusion, resembling nothing so much as the giant cities of eastern fable.
The result is, they mix up towns, rivers, palaces in one inextricable
In the walled confines of the arena we fought in an inextricable
mass--howling, cursing, blood-streaked demons; and ever the sword of the young red man flashed beside me.
And ready- witted Prometheus he bound with inextricable
bonds, cruel chains, and drove a shaft through his middle, and set on him a long- winged eagle, which used to eat his immortal liver; but by night the liver grew as much again everyway as the long-winged bird devoured in the whole day.