But the law of God embodied in his covenant is exceeding broad; its blessings are inconceivably great.
In an inconceivably short time, they were at their own door.
The ordinary trains are inconceivably crowded, far more so, though that seems impossible, than London trains at the busiest hour.
Oh, how calm, how inconceivably calm, was Mrs. Dennistoun's voice!
I am about to die, and shall soon be inconceivably happy in heaven.
There was something, too, inconceivably lonely in the situation.
Most of these ceremonies are, however, of an inconceivably obscene and licentious character.
It was easy to see that he was inconceivably green and confiding.
If his statements are correctly reported by the press, they are inconceivably wild.
He illustrated the Democratic Idea, which was inconceivably repugnant to them.