His spirit grew austere, but in his austerity there was an inexpressible joy.
Its power lies in the region of the inexpressible; it tells us what the words cannot.
It is inexpressible how much this infirmity adds to a sense of shame, and a general feeling of deterioration.
Dull and uninteresting as it may be to others, for him it will possess an inexpressible charm.
He rubbed his hands together with a movement of inexpressible satisfaction.
Shears uttered them with an inexpressible sense of satisfaction.
It was an inexpressible relief, and the lightening of this one particular care made all the rest seem easier of endurance.
I have had inexpressible Pleasure in the Perusal of your Pamela.
Fireworks were discharged, to express, so the newspapers said, the inexpressible love of the people for princes and princesses.
To the innumerable writers who are quoted, the indebtedness felt is inexpressible.