They opened their eyes upon an incomprehensibly brilliant world, and did not at first remember that this was the day.
The nosegay hung incomprehensiblyon Midwinter's mind as he walked round, on the chance of meeting Allan, to the back of the house.
And is he feeling the influence of it, sensibly, and yet incomprehensibly to himself?
But Madonna seemed--quite incomprehensibly to the servant--to be bent on remaining in the passage till she had finished writing some lines which she had just then begun to trace on her slate.
Before they had taken six steps down the lane, Mat, who had been incomprehensibly stolid and taciturn inside the house, became just as incomprehensibly curious and talkative all on a sudden outside it.
All the townspeople who ought to have been walking about the principal streets, seemed to be incomprehensiblycongregated in this one narrow little lane.
But it struck Katherine as incomprehensibly penitent in tone--the letter of one who has not treated a friend quite loyally and is hot with anxiety to atone.
Had she not, moreover, helped him on several occasions when creditors displayed an incomprehensibly foolish pertinacity regarding payment for goods supplied?
And, incomprehensibly difficult as it is for a man to conceive what a first cause is, he arrives at the belief of it, from the tenfold greater difficulty of disbelieving it.
She had never yet doubted the existence of the Unseen Power; only its workings seemed so incomprehensibly indifferent to human joys and sorrows.
She still sat watching him, pure from appetite, in resignation that veiled her contempt of the male hunger so incomprehensibly prolonged.
He watched her with a certain reverence, incomprehensibly chastened, till the door opened, and she went from him, moving down the lighted aisle with her remote, renunciating air.
He let her see that he adored her with discretion, at a distance, as a divinely, incomprehensibly high and holy thing.
It was the bold, clamorous, self-assertive squall of the new human being, who had so incomprehensibly appeared.
And she could make herself soincomprehensibly soft!
Now, she seemed completely andincomprehensibly changed on this point.
And yet, the secrecy with which it had been delivered; the person to whom it was addressed; the mystery connected with it even in the servant's eyes, all pointed to the discovery which I had so incomprehensibly failed to make.
Her first conscious action, when she was in some degree mistress of herself again, was to lean over the bed, and to look closer at the woman who had soincomprehensibly stolen into her room in the dead of night.
Henry made no remark; he looked incomprehensibly discontented as he opened the door for Agnes and her companion to pass out.
The gaieties of Paris (quite incomprehensibly to herself as well as to everyone about her) had a depressing effect on her spirits.
Most crimes, no doubt, were brought home because the criminal had made some incomprehensibly stupid mistake; incomprehensibly stupid, that is, by the standards of normal life.
Then the Toast-master bawled incomprehensibly for the twentieth time, and a councillor arose and in timid tones said: "I rise to propose the toast of the architect and contractor.
Mysterious creature, with the mysterious forces of life flowing and ebbing incomprehensibly within her!
She had suspected, on the previous night, and she was certain now, that the women-servants all incomprehensibly resented her presence among them with the same sullen unanimity of distrust.
There is no other way of shunning a marriage she is incomprehensibly but frantically averse to.
The youth visited her in the evening, and with the glitter of his large black eyes bent to her, and began talking incomprehensibly of leave-taking and farewell, until she cried aloud that she had riddles enough: one was too much.
It is only because they do not realize the consequences of their acts that they seem to those who do realize them and those who suffer by them to be incomprehensibly brutal.
The sloppy servant having stared wildly for a moment at the apparition of blooming love that had so incomprehensiblyalighted upon the steps, ducked under them, and in a moment reappeared at the door.
Lawrence Newt was simply one of those incomprehensibly pleasant, eccentric, benevolent men, whose mercantile credit was as good as Jacob Van Boozenberg's, but who perversely went his own way.
Their meeting was incomprehensibly joyless to the hearts of each, though it was desired, and had long been desired, and mother was mother, daughter daughter, without diminution of love between them.