The woman was unhappy; the light in her dark eyes was inimitably sad.
The Halfbreed was inimitably cool, his face was a perfect mask.
Charles Mathews played in it (I add as a hit at Medford) admirably; and (to crush him with a final blow) inimitably!
There was never a town so inimitably drowsy or so sternly uncompetitive.
His whole manner was inimitably chivalrous, protective, and polite.
Some paper calls it inimitably droll, which I think rather nice.
Granting, however, the initial deficiency in subtlety of charm, the whole poem is inimitably graceful and piquant.
She was inimitably dexterous and indefatigable in improving every occasion of innuendo.
This he gave so spontaneously, so inimitably, that the puppet became an absolute reality in a second.
The southerners of the party rode like all southerners, admirably, inimitably.