inconceivable


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totally unlikely

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Several times some masses of enormous bulk were forced up through the well-hole with inconceivable violence, and, suddenly expanding as they came into larger space, disclosed sections of the White Worm which Adam and Sir Nathaniel had seen looking over the trees with its enormous eyes of emerald- green flickering like great lamps in a gale.
The absolute destruction of the place and everything in it seen in the broad daylight was almost inconceivable. To Sir Nathaniel, it was as a story of horror full and complete.
It was really inconceivable that the means of secret revolutionary organisations should have failed so inexcusably to preserve her son.
Jones now looking on Thwackum with inconceivable disdain, answered, "And doth thy mean soul imagine that any such considerations could weigh with me?
But an unexpected love of the island awoke in her, connecting on this side with the joys of the flesh, on that with the inconceivable. Helen and her father had known this love, poor Leonard Bast was groping after it, but it had been hidden from Margaret till this afternoon.
He saw nothing impossible and inconceivable in the idea that death, though existing for unbelievers, did not exist for him, and that, as he was possessed of the most perfect faith, of the measure of which he was himself the judge, therefore there was no sin in his soul, and he was experiencing complete salvation here on earth.
My mind, with inconceivable rapidity, followed out all the consequences of such a death.
Again my mind, with its former inconceivable rapidity, had exhausted the whole subject of the attack upon my sister, her illness, and her death, before his slow and hesitating speech had formed these words.
It came toward us with inconceivable swiftness, throwing up huge waves of foam around its breast, and illuminating all that part of the sea through which it passed, with a long line of fire that extended far off into the distance.
She derived, however, great consolation, (during the tightening of the bowstring,) from the reflection that much of the history remained still untold, and that the petulance of her brute of a husband had reaped for him a most righteous reward, in depriving him of many inconceivable adventures.
It is inconceivable, the agony with which this public veneration tortured him.
Zarif said in a press statement: "It is inconceivable to hold a meeting between President Rouhani and President Trump before America returns to the nuclear agreement." He added: "We do not care what is going on between the French and the Americans, this is theirs, but for us we will not have any meeting with the Americans."/ End
It was put to him the talks between Labour and Theresa May's Tories are going nowhere and a deal is inconceivable.
Inconceivable! The Second Quarter in InsurTech Startup Financials," the phrasing is a nod to a scene from the movie "The Princess Bride," in which a masked man in black follows Vizzini and his accomplices across the sea and up the Cliffs of Insanity.