inexpressible


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defying expression

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The moment was inexpressible and there was an air of jubilation in our halls of study.
I have a love of mess and awkwardness and inexpressible nonsense.
Season two opens on a world that hides an inexpressible panic at its core--belied by hushed meetings behind closed doors, nervous talking heads on the news, and the blank expressions of powerless bank tellers, as customers are told they can't cash out their life savings.
This essay argues that many standard models of ignorance cannot account for the phenomenon of inexpressible ignorance.
Too many feature uncontrollable grief of family members who attempt to express their inexpressible love for the deceased.
References to cultural icons such as "M*A*S*H," Amadeus and "Sesame Street" (at least in my interpretation of the letter-selling man) give characters a language to express the inexpressible.
He goes on to theorize this transcendence within the context of the Sublime, where discursive reasoning turns into reverence for the unspeakable and inexpressible.
Mushahid Ullah Khan told the participants of the festivals that roses, that have existed on earth even before humans, have attracted humans of every nature deeply and used them to depict their even inexpressible feelings to others for beauty and love from away back in time.
Such accurate definitions are provoked by the inaccuracy of language itself, which constantly attempts to express the inexpressible, whether referring to the complexity of thought or of the material world, but does so always only partially, and yet with surplus of meaning.
But the personal touch has not been sacrificed and there are some achingly touching key moments, notably when the sisters, silently facing us, appear gripped by a deep, inexpressible grief.
The music is important, expressing the inexpressible.
The suffering caused by this mass expulsion is almost inexpressible.
Art therapy can help you express the inexpressible or access thoughts and feelings that might be hard to articulate.
Tricks and maneuvers, stagecraft, gambits and ploys--the journey from mind to mindful to no-mind goes by way of dream and the inexpressible.
If the inexpressible cruelties of slavery could not stop us, the opposition we now face will surely fail.