Sometimes there's a thing in the air, an ineffable thing, that just makes it all work.
And on that score, on that ineffable quality called charisma, Walker may face his biggest challenges.
The passages where Phillips articulates that ineffable transport that comes from a particular song are the best in the book.
There was an ineffable mingling of love and sorrow on the sweet countenance.
"There is nothing anywhere," says a memorandum from the ineffable Devine.
My children, it is Iris, our lost daughter, our ineffable messenger.
Then she died, and there was a look of ineffable peace upon her face.
He threw up his hands in ineffable scorn, and shuffled away into the house.
The air smelled sweet in the shade of the tamarisk; there was ineffable peace.
There is the highest freedom in this because it proceeds from interior affection, and is conjoined with ineffable delight.
late 14c., from Old French ineffable (14c.) or directly from Latin ineffabilis "unutterable," from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + effabilis "speakable," from effari "utter," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + fari "speak" (see fame (n.)). Plural noun ineffables was, for a time, a jocular euphemism for "trousers" (1823). Related: Ineffably.