impenetrably

All Adverb
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  • He had never seen her so impenetrably and coldly composed as he saw her now. Cited from Armadale, by Wilkie Collins
  • The cell was thus rendered, if possible, more impenetrably dark than before. Cited from Gascoyne, The Sandal Wood Trader, by R. M. Ballantyne
  • The storm was drawing away, but the night was still impenetrably black. Cited from Snow-Blind, by Katharine Newlin Burt
  • It was ten feet high, and its interior was impenetrably black. Cited from A Voyage to Arcturus, by David Lindsay
  • He went on impenetrably with what he had to say. Cited from The Evil Genius, by Wilkie Collins
  • His manner was quietly confidential when he spoke, impenetrably self-possessed when he was silent. Cited from The New Magdalen, by Wilkie Collins
  • You know I am impenetrably dull in every thing that requires a grain of common sense. Cited from Letters of Horace Walpole, V4,Horace Walpole
  • After nearly a minute he put it back again and stared impenetrably at Nick. Cited from The Keeper of the Door, by Ethel M. Dell
  • So anxiously looked forward to, charged with such consequences, its results so impenetrably hidden though so near. Cited from Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens
  • They shut things out from you more impenetrably. Cited from And Even Now, by Max Beerbohm
  • As I sank back in my seat, I met the eyes of my companion still impenetrably regarding me. Cited from Dead Man's Rock, by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  • He looked around at the door beyond which thick darkness was hiding, impenetrably, a series of drawing-rooms. Cited from The Argonauts, by Eliza Orzeszko (AKA Orzeszkowa)
  • Grace's impenetrably hard and narrow mind impelled her to meet the emergency in a very different way. Cited from The New Magdalen, by Wilkie Collins
  • His wife (so impenetrably cool, thus far) had suddenly become excited. Cited from Blind Love, by Wilkie Collins
  • Others, and I among them, remained impenetrably concealed in the midst of our enemies. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 11, No. 67, May, 1863, by Various
  • He took no notice of my interruption; he went on impenetrably with his calculations. Cited from The Law and the Lady, by Wilkie Collins
  • The ridge itself was impenetrably dark with a forest gloom which never left it at this season of the year. Cited from The Forest Lovers, by Maurice Hewlett
  • The dirty little place was impenetrably black except in one spot, where he perceived an unusual glow of light. Cited from The Country of the Blind, And Other Stories, by H. G. Wells
  • The old men wagged their heads, and looked most impenetrably mysterious. Cited from Town and Country, John S. Adams
  • All I can tell you is that she was the most impenetrably stupid woman I have ever met in the whole course of my life. Cited from Back to Methuselah, by George Bernard Shaw
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