“Between the souls of two cultures the screen is impenetrable,” he wrote in the best-selling Decline of the West.
It took Ann Demeulemeester, with her depth of experience, to really bring poetry to such an impenetrable palette.
The Brazilian defense, touted as impenetrable in pre-tournament hype, proved to be bedraggled, and porous.
He had two hits for three official at-bats; yet afterward his solitary gloom was impenetrable.
Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt.
Sometimes the horror seemed to wrap them in like an impenetrable fog.
The sky was obscured with an impenetrable veil of smoke and vapor.
And then night and extinction--nothing but a silent mass of impenetrable vapour hiding its dead.
The face of a physician, like that of a diplomatist, should be impenetrable.
Mr. Dalrymple looked down upon her with stately and impenetrable composure.