The incomparably charming Jean Dujardin began his little Oscar speech with a simple declaration in his imperfect English.
Owen Matthews on what documents like these incomparably reveal about the true horrors of the Soviet system.
High as them, as huge as they, incomparably fantastic, in dozens of shifting forms they battled.
But his resolution could not break hers, incomparably stronger than she though he was.
And he was incomparably awed by the sight of her quivering, frightened self.
He was incomparably simple and unpretentious; they found his presence comfortable.
But what pleased me incomparably more than all the rest was the temperate style of the popular refreshments.
She thought of him as an incomparably gay and happy creature.
They helped to make my first visit to London incomparably amusing at times, and for this I cannot help feeling grateful.
There is no other form of conversation so incomparably convenient.