“In this country that we were told was impenetrably dangerous, guys were just turning up,” he said.
The little brown girl, with eyes that saw so much and were so impenetrably deep, and the mobile face, so alert and responsive.
The rushlight had burned out and the cell was impenetrably dark.
Then there was nothing but the wall itself, dark, thin as a membrane, but impenetrably strong.
"Till nine o'clock or a little after," suggested Mrs. Travers, impenetrably.
The lower front of it seemed to be arched and pillared—and under each arch the shadows were impenetrably black.
It was a cold, rainy, and impenetrably dark night on the tow-path.
How had they the craft to find them, so securely, so impenetrably were they hidden!
The choir is impenetrably dark most of the year at this early hour.
Mr. Vanborough looked back into the far corner of the room, in which the lawyer sat, impenetrably waiting for events.