But while his departure was “inexpressibly painful,” he never succumbed to bitterness.
It would have been inexpressibly cathartic had India, after liberating Hyderabad in September 1948, captured and tried the Nizam.
I am inexpressibly glad that you have found me worthy of so much help.
This thought is inexpressibly beautiful; and quite, so far as I know, original.
This discovery of his illiteracy shocked and hurt her inexpressibly.
It would console him inexpressibly; would be infinitely sweet to him.
I have never really got over Old Paul's death yet; it was so inexpressibly sad.
It was chilly, too, and the hotel was inexpressibly dreary and uncomfortable.
It was inexpressibly obnoxious to me to hear my poor Margaret spoken of as 'a young woman' by my business-like companion.
The clarity of understanding between them was inexpressibly precious to him.