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  • I shall be unspeakably happy if you will let me stay. Cited from Cornelli, by Johanna Spyri
  • And they went home - very late for tea and unspeakably late for dinner. Cited from Five Children and It, by E. Nesbit
  • And he feared now almost unspeakably the result of what he had done. Cited from The Way of Ambition, by Robert Hichens
  • Why must you force yourself to do what will make her and me so unspeakably wretched? Cited from Greifenstein, by F. Marion Crawford
  • The forty-four years I have spent in that office have been unspeakably happy. Cited from Recollections of a Long Life, by Theodore Ledyard Cuyler
  • The only thing she wondered at was why he should be so unspeakably happy. Cited from Dora Thorne, by Charlotte M. Braeme
  • Yet his love for his aunt was unspeakably greater than that which he could have felt for her husband. Cited from The Parisians, by E. B. Lytton, Book 2
  • That old game is still there, it's just unspeakably better now.
  • And they went home -- very late for tea and unspeakably late for dinner. Cited from Five Children and It, by E. Nesbit
  • His food was unspeakably bad and often years passed before he was allowed to set foot ashore. Cited from The Old Merchant Marine, by Ralph D. Paine
  • After such an experience they must have been unspeakably homesick for their native land. Cited from The Vitalized School, by Francis B. Pearson
  • He was, however, unspeakably happy at seeing white and familiar faces once more. Cited from The Settler and the Savage, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • At times throughout life he was subject to deep depression, which made his face unspeakably sad. Cited from Stories of Later American History, by Wilbur F. Gordy
  • We know a good deal more than Paul, though he was one of the writers, unspeakably more. Cited from Our Unitarian Gospel, by Minot Savage
  • Unspeakably remote was the image of the man she loved, and he moved still away from her. Cited from Denzil Quarrier, George Gissing
  • The results are unspeakably perilous when a man has to fight his way into crime. Cited from Choice Specimens of American Literature, And Literary Reader, by Martin
  • That phase of her mother's character touched her unspeakably, young as she was. Cited from That Old-Time Child, Roberta, by Sophie Fox Sea
  • And so light even entered the lonely room, but unspeakably more light entered the writer's heart. Cited from I.N.R.I., by Peter Rosegger
  • My dear child, if you only knew how unspeakably silly it is. Cited from The Miller Of Old Church, by Ellen Glasgow
  • She saw herself as she had then been, proud, secure, unspeakably content. Cited from Maurice Guest, Henry Handel Richardson
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