The incommunicable thrill of things, that is the tuning-fork by which we test the flatness of our art.
The spirit of genius breathes where it will, and unfortunately it is incommunicable.
It was something unique, peculiar to himself and incommunicable.
Now, on the contrary, the outside of the mail had its own incommunicable advantages.
Each experience was solitary, unique, it had its own incommunicable quality.
Incidentally she partook of another quality of soft new snow—one by no means so incommunicable.
There are ways of managing these men that are incommunicable.
It is the most tangible proof that a writer possesses that power which at the start we spoke of as inborn and incommunicable.
For there was a fascination in the man, incommunicable by another, and my despair as I write.
She sighed, teased by desires so incoherent, so incommunicable.