Some other way of entering limbo
must be thought of.
All meat tasted alike to him, for his taste for meat was one of the vanished pleasures in the limbo
As soon as a tenant was found, it became a house for which he never had had much use, and had less now, and, like Howards End, faded into Limbo
I know that when you leave this limbo
you will again hold your ship for the Aeaean island.
Subsequently, his unconscious self-assertion had wrought with her as with the others, and her intention of snubbing him had faded into the limbo
of projects abandoned without trial.