novelist we have now in England, Mr George Meredith.
the beauty and excellence of this incomparable
adjective is unhappily
For a moment I stood motionless, hat in hand, painfully conscious of my rudeness, yet so dominated by the emotion inspired by that vision of incomparable
beauty that my penitence was less poignant than it should have been.
Send me word by telegraph whether you would like Truffles again, or whether you would prefer something simpler and lighter--say that incomparable
French dish, Pig's Eyelids and Tamarinds.
Photography has given us proofs of the incomparable
beauty of our satellite; all is known regarding the moon which mathematical science, astronomy, geology, and optics can learn about her.
What this incomparable
mountain really is, with all the projections converging toward it, and the interior excrescences of its crater, photography itself could never represent.
Thus, not all the charms of the incomparable
Sophia; not all the dazzling brightness, and languishing softness of her eyes; the harmony of her voice, and of her person; not all her wit, good-humour, greatness of mind, or sweetness of disposition, had been able so absolutely to conquer and enslave the heart of poor Jones, as this little incident of the muff.
If Drayton were with us again to write a new edition of his incomparable
poem, he would sing the nymphs of Hertfordshire as indeterminate of feature, with hair obfuscated by the London smoke.
They were each too splendid, too mighty, too incomparable
to divide pre-eminence.
Her movements, her carriage were incomparable
- the inherited gifts of a race of women born in palaces.
Those little shepherds were supposed to have looked down upon /la mere beaute/, and upon /la plus jolie fille de France/ as she danced her incomparable
Just to think of his having such an incomparable
bit of good luck, and not taking advantage of it.