Examples of inexpressible in a Sentence
overcome by an inexpressible awe at the sight of the thunderous waterfall
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And doesn’t everybody have that inexpressible need – that impossible want – for something?
Still, Annihilation’s commitment to older psychoanalytic (and deconstructionist) models for the self and its inexpressible shadows makes this a readily accessible drama of emotion.
O'Riordan was capable of articulating seemingly inexpressible emotions, both through her towering cry and her intimate songwriting, resulting in some of the most indelible pop/rock hits of her generation.
The mortal dismay of those of them who are still alive at the elevation of Donald Trump is inexpressible.
Thousands, throats growling and laughing and expressing what had heretofore been inexpressible.
Flights of doves, cymbals clanging, inexpressible feelings of relief.
Shams, gruff and guileless, badgered Rumi into risking a more vulnerable approach to the concealed and inexpressible—that is, the essence of God and of love.
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INEXPRESSIBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inexpressible for English Language Learners
: too strong or great to be expressed or described
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