Again my mind, with its former inconceivable
rapidity, had exhausted the whole subject of the attack upon my sister, her illness, and her death, before his slow and hesitating speech had formed these words.
It is not difficult to conceive that this characteristic right of freedom may, in certain turbulent and factious seasons, be violated, in respect to a particular class of citizens, by a victorious and overbearing majority; but that so fundamental a privilege, in a country so situated and enlightened, should be invaded to the prejudice of the great mass of the people, by the deliberate policy of the government, without occasioning a popular revolution, is altogether inconceivable
Going into the Market Place he accosted in a feigned voice a maiden, the orphan daughter of a noble Polygon, whose affection in former days he had sought in vain; and by a series of deceptions -- aided, on the one side, by a string of lucky accidents too long to relate, and on the other, by an almost inconceivable
fatuity and neglect of ordinary precautions on the part of the relations of the bride -- he succeeded in consummating the marriage.
Mousqueton's horse which had traveled for five or six hours without a rider the day before, might have been able to pursue the journey; but by an inconceivable
error the veterinary surgeon, who had been sent for, as it appeared, to bleed one of the host's horses, had bled Mousqueton's.
All these evolutions are executed with an inconceivable
address and marvellous rapidity, without the police interfering in the matter.
42} It is inconceivable
that Helen should enter thus, in the middle of supper, intending to work with her distaff, if great festivities were going on.
That his anger could be carried to such a point of inconceivable
resentment as to refuse his daughter a privilege without which her marriage would scarcely seem valid, exceeded all she could believe possible.
Thus it was, I first got accurate notions of the almost inconceivable
magnitude of space, to which, indeed, it is probable there are no more positive limits than there are a beginning and an end to eternity
It was inconceivable
that he should not attempt to come on board, and strangely troubling to suspect that perhaps he did not want to.
I have known a man who turned out to have a metaphysical genius, incautiously, in the period of youthful buoyancy, commence his career as a dancing- master; and you may imagine the use that was made of this initial mistake by opponents who felt themselves bound to warn the public against his doctrine of the Inconceivable
On the present occasion it was in active operation; one piece of information following another with inconceivable
Rushing to the building, it perceived the lightning rod, clambered up with inconceivable
agility, grasped the shutter, which was thrown fully back against the wall, and, by its means, swung itself directly upon the headboard of the bed.