Joy proved to be a mild and inexpressive word for the party.
The Swede was as inexpressive as ever, with the same half-smile on his fair, serious face.
Rowland, indeed, had taken an exquisite satisfaction in his companion's deep, inexpressive assent to his interest in him.
His face was inexpressive, but she seemed to read there something which prompted her words.
He flung himself off the horse, and took her hands; she reached him two as if one for a handshake would be inexpressive.
I don't see why all the flowers should take to being so inexpressive.
Eagerly he gazes on her charms; in thought he devours her inexpressive beauties.
He could never have drawn so badly, he never could have composed so awkwardly, he never could have been so inexpressive!
His face, now hardly visible, was as inexpressive as the door of a safe.
Oh, those rows of impenetrable faces gazing at the stage with their long, shining, inexpressive eyes.