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1. Indefinable reality, simply said, is on a.
2. You can't make a device with indefinable specs.
3. Javert obeyed with that indefinable smile in which the.
4. There was an indefinable something that made for beauty.
5. In some indefinable way, she knew him so much better to-day.
6. It is in such indefinable movements that action often begins.
7. Both bore languidly the indefinable burden of immaterial pleasures.

8. There was an indefinable greatness about the spirit of my stepfather.
9. His voice was deep and husky, with the trace of an indefinable accent.
10. Ozzie stood off to one side, overseeing, yet in some indefinable manner, outside.
11. The creature moved in closer towards him, even more unsettling in its indefinable shape.
12. Rather it was a combination of strength, grace, obvious intelligence and an indefinable.
13. Already she was walking on, and he felt a sense of relief mixed with other, indefinable emotions.
14. Their expression was indefinable; therefore I could not tell if they were friendly or pretentious.
15. In some indefinable way it made her feel better and more content than she had done for a long time.
16. It was an indefinable something that banished the darkness of her depression and filled her with light.
17. Her eyes filled with tears, for something indefinable, something like the resolute suppression of a pain in Mr.
18. But Roy was a dear fellow and they would be very happy together, even if some indefinable zest was missing out of life.
19. Of course that is something indefinable, impalpable, but it has never been so before, and that glance means a great deal,’ she thought.
20. The whitish fabric is spotted with innumerable marks of an indefinable color; the whole thing is supported by battered wooden tent-poles.
21. Deep within her eyes, the terrible–and understandable–wave of despair and disbelief merged with another, strange, indefinable emotion.
22. In some curious and indefinable way the enthusiasm that had buoyed up everybody and had seemed ready to continue for ever suddenly drains away.
23. Then he said, in a tenebrous, dry voice, fully aware that he must appear to them as an indefinable, shadowy presence behind the blazing light:.
24. This poor piano, that had given her vanity so much satisfaction—to see it go was to Bovary like the indefinable suicide of a part of herself.
25. In the midst of all the strange events which had crowded one on the other, an indefinable sentiment of dread had taken possession of Valentine's mind.
26. The web itself is made of spontaneous beliefs and indefinable joys, yearnings of one life towards another, visions of completeness, indefinite trust.
27. All at once, she experienced that indefinable impression which one undergoes when there is some one standing behind one, even when she does not see the person.
28. The narrator in Wind-Up Bird accomplished moving through the well into the hallway of an indefinable hotel by visualizing himself swimming, akin to his happiest moments.
29. In fact I would say that I have not seen this indefinable quality shine brighter than it does in your father and I see the same quality and strength of character in you too.
30. He did just barely glimpse a great dark form in the faraway green ocean of his peripheral vision—and an indefinable dread thereby was rooted in the back of his consciousness.
31. A sign that they are losing the sense of their criminality, and that they feel, even among thinkers and dreamers, some indefinable support which the latter themselves know not of.
32. You may not feel any immediate difference after recapitulating this memory; however, over the next few days you should feel lighter and more joyous in some indefinable part of your being.
33. And those fingers were skillful, adroit, alert, their every movement carried out with that smooth, indefinable grace which is almost always possessed by the really high-class card sharper.
34. Although Slyme's behaviour had hitherto always been very correct, yet there was occasionally an indefinable something in his manner when they were alone that made Ruth feel conscious and embarrassed.
35. She told herself that she longed greatly to go back to those dear merry days when life was seen through a rosy mist of hope and illusion, and possessed an indefinable something that had passed away forever.
36. She felt lost, sinking at random into indefinable abysses, and it was almost with joy that, on reaching the "Croix-Rouge," she saw the good Homais, who was watching a large box full of pharmaceutical stores.
37. Never had Madame Bovary been so beautiful as at this period; she had that indefinable beauty that results from joy, from enthusiasm, from success, and that is only the harmony of temperament with circumstances.
38. A thick red beard, piercing grey eyes, a nose without nostrils, and marks of the hot iron on his forehead and on his cheeks, gave to his broad face, seamed with small-pox, a strange and indefinable expression.
39. There was an indefinable something about him - an atmosphere of gentleness and love that seemed to radiate from his whole being, almost compelling confidence and affection from all those with whom he came in contact.
40. The answer is that it is as impossible to name exact amounts or actions as it is to define good manners, good taste, or the rules of propriety; but, nevertheless, these are verities, well known, although indefinable.
41. There is an indefinable quality that I have seen in the men of your family over the years that has not dimmed with the passage of time and the loss of natural abilities or even the loss of the skills of handling technology.
42. She felt lost, sinking at random into indefinable abysses, and it was almost with joy that, on reaching the "Croix-Rouge," she saw the good Homais, who was watching a large box full of pharmaceutical stores being hoisted on to the "Hirondelle.
43. A regime that desired to ultimately implement, firstly, a universal ‘purity of race’ defined by the personally perceived meaning of the indefinable abstract adjective words ‘beauty’ and ‘perfection’, and secondly, territorial dominance of the world.
44. It's an interesting question as to whether this knowledge is the result of study and experience from early childhood, or whether people living close to nature have retained these indefinable and unquantifiable abilities, which in "civilized" societies seem to have died out.
45. He wondered if it was an outcome of mere coincidence, or some indefinable hidden power that had them come together? Nevertheless, it was a partnership that would now forever bond them in a way he could have never imagined; this, while striving for a medical degree, less than a year ago.
46. And by means of that mysterious indefinable bond which maintains throughout an army one and the same temper, known as ‘the spirit of the army,’ and which constitutes the sinew of war, Kutuzov’s words, his order for a battle next day, immediately became known from one end of the army to the other.
47. And by means of that mysterious indefinable bond which maintains throughout an army one and the same temper, known as the spirit of the army, and which constitutes the sinew of war, Kutúzov’s words, his order for a battle next day, immediately became known from one end of the army to the other.
48. It was with a sense of indefinable relief that Moose and Razzle, stood by the handrail of the launch that had taken them to the island, watched as the rope was cast, heard the engine start, and felt the craft slowly depart from the jetty onto a choppy sea to begin the twenty mile voyage back to Dundercliff.
49. Then, through cowardice, through stupidity, through that indefinable feeling that drags us into the most distasteful acts, he allowed himself to be led off to Bridoux', whom they found in his small yard, superintending three workmen, who panted as they turned the large wheel of a machine for making seltzer-water.
50. When he had perused the documents, an indefinable expression of pleasure lighted up his countenance, and looking at the major with a most peculiar smile, he said, in very excellent Tuscan,—"Then there is no longer any such thing, in Italy as being condemned to the galleys?" The major drew himself up to his full height.
51. Within his mind, everything had changed: the hours of selfish study seemed to dissolve in an instant, the multiple offers to spend time with others he had to politely reject, the countless minutes of staring into a book to learn about the career he come to fall in love with, was now all seemingly caught between two indefinable stages in his life.
52. His grandfather, a man of strong sentiment and wild impulse, who let nothing go without a roar, had flexed his muscles in favour of this vanishing landmark, and with a dozen handymen had toted a good forty feet of the walk into the alley where it had lain like the skeleton of some indefinable monster through the years, baked by sun, lushly rotted by rains.
53. But to whom should I say that? Either to a Power indefinable, incomprehensible, which I not only cannot address but which I cannot even express in words- the Great All or Nothing-’ said he to himself, ‘or to that God who has been sewn into this amulet by Mary! There is nothing certain, nothing at all except the unimportance of incomprehensible but all-important.
54. We were, I thought, prosperous; from my home life I expected no more than it had already given me; all the people whom I knew, it seemed to me, loved me; my health was excellent, I knew that I was pretty, my toilettes were the freshest at the baths, the weather was superb, an indefinable atmosphere of beauty and elegance surrounded me, and everything appeared to me in the highest degree delightful and joyous.
55. But to whom should I say that? Either to a Power indefinable, incomprehensible, which I not only cannot address but which I cannot even express in words—the Great All or Nothing- said he to himself, or to that God who has been sewn into this amulet by Mary! There is nothing certain, nothing at all except the unimportance of everything I understand, and the greatness of something incomprehensible but all-important.
56. Why Plato, who was himself a poet, and whose dialogues are poems and dramas, should have been hostile to the poets as a class, and especially to the dramatic poets; why he should not have seen that truth may be embodied in verse as well as in prose, and that there are some indefinable lights and shadows of human life which can only be expressed in poetry--some elements of imagination which always entwine with reason; why he should have supposed epic verse to be inseparably associated with the impurities of the old Hellenic mythology; why he should try Homer and Hesiod by the unfair and prosaic test of utility,--are questions which have always been debated amongst students of Plato.
57. Her sensations were indefinable, and so were they a few minutes afterwards upon hearing Henry Crawford, who had a chair between herself and Tom, ask the latter in an undervoice whether there were any plans for resuming the play after the present happy interruption (with a courteous glance at Sir Thomas), because, in that case, he should make a point of returning to Mansfield at any time required by the party: he was going away immediately, being to meet his uncle at Bath without delay; but if there were any prospect of a renewal of Lovers' Vows, he should hold himself positively engaged, he should break through every other claim, he should absolutely condition with his uncle for attending them whenever he might be wanted.
58. Her sensations were indefinable, and so were they a few minutes afterwards upon hearing Henry Crawford, who had a chair between herself and Tom, ask the latter in an undervoice whether there were any plans for resuming the play after the present happy interruption (with a courteous glance at Sir Thomas), because, in that case, he should make a point of returning to Mansfield at any time required by the party: he was going away immediately, being to meet his uncle at Bath without delay; but if there were any prospect of a renewal of Lovers’ Vows, he should hold himself positively engaged, he should break through every other claim, he should absolutely condition with his uncle for attending them whenever he might be wanted.

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