incapable of speech

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At this moment Dick beat a retreat in a disarray of nerves, a whistling and clamour of his own arteries, and in short in such a final bodily disorder as made him alike incapable of speech or hearing.
Inwardly he was a riot of bewilderment, incapable of speech.
He was incapable of speech, mumbled his order, looked anxiously at the clock, despatched his ice-cream soda in tremendous haste, and was gone.
The winner smiled and nodded, but seemed incapable of speech.
He recovered himself a little, but he was still incapable of speech.
They certainly were not incapable of speech, they just would have had a different speech," said Prof Everett.
Reassuring one timid victim, who had been so ritually shamed as to be literally incapable of speech, Sister Cathy promised to have the school rehabilitated by the end of summer break.
50pm A terrible epidemic has reduced most of the population to shuffling corpses incapable of speech or feeling.
00pm) AN epidemic reduces most of the population to shuffling corpses incapable of speech or feeling, leaving survivors crammed inside a metropolis patrolled by General Grigio (John Malkovich) and his gun-toting troops in this rom com for the undead.
The arrival of baby sister Celia (Ashley Gerasimovich) introduces a new target for Mother courage: Tilda Swinton WARM BODIES (Wednesday, Film4, epidemic reduces most of the population shuffling corpses incapable of speech or feeling, leaving survivors crammed inside metropolis patrolled by General Grigio John Malkovich) and his gun-toting troops in this rom com for the undead.
org/wiki/Deliverance) Deliverance , the depraved relations of brothers, sisters, uncles and aunts created children that were incapable of speech, had odd features and lived in squalor.
WARM BODIES (12)A TERRIBLE epidemic has reduced most of the population to shuffling corpses incapable of speech or feeling.