inexpressible


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defying expression

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The second book, A Beggar's Kingdom, will be published in August, followed by Inexpressible Island in November 2019.
Incisive when it comes to airing often inexpressible burdens -- including surviving assault, death and disaster, depression and loneliness -- Unspeakable is a keen and important literary investigation.
It is about surviving a massacre, but it is really about the disfiguring and inexpressible fear that comes afterward.
Pakistanis have inexpressible love for KSA as it is land of two holy mosques, Dr.
KUOW reports the #ShoutYourAbortion movement began in 2015 after Seattle bartender Amelia Bonow shared her abortion experience on Facebook in a post in which she described her "near inexpressible level of gratitude." Bonow's post was then shared by her friend Lindy West on Twitter with the hashtag #ShoutYourAbortion, prompting other women to begin sharing their "abortion stories."
Alavanou's use of montage ultimately reflects life itself as a fragmented, absurd flux inexpressible by language, and least of all by the popular media.
Certainly my sorrow at the loss of loved ones will be inexpressible. On the other hand, my tests indicate that I make six new friends a month, each of whom I see "at least once a week."
Snippets from a life gone by -- photographs, letters and other recollections -- are merged together laying bare traces of pain and hinting at the inexpressible.
The debt owed by the global church to him is immeasurable and inexpressible" - The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Rev Justin Welby, pays tribute to evangelist Billy Graham, who has died aged 99.
The book shows how words were used to persuade and inform people, became incentives to find ways of expressing the apparently inexpressible, brought the development of ways to control communication, and last, but not least, demonstrated how words put people in such a bellicose frame of mind in the first place.
The scenic beauty of this country is boundless and inexpressible in plain words.
All kinds of thoughts were crisscrossing my mind but I knew there was nothing there but inexpressible anguish.
"The sheer joy of doing what you believe is right is inexpressible."