There were a dozen women she might have had with her, unimpressionable women.
Again that picture came to him—unimpressionable as his life had rendered him.
Eyes which show no lines when in sorrow or laughter denote a passionless and unimpressionable nature.
He was bright as a diamond, and as cutting, and also as unimpressionable.
They 'were soon speculating on the unimpressionable house in its clump of wood midway below, which had no response for anxieties.
But unimpressionable natures are not so soon softened, nor are natural antipathies so readily eradicated.
These profound woods conveyed nothing to his unimpressionable mind; not even danger, for fear was quite foreign to his nature.
This made itself perceptible even to the toughened and unimpressionable nerves of Inspector Dunbar.
This tranquillity of spirit owed nothing to an unimpressionable mind or a thick skin.
Even the most stoical, unimpressionable men in the party looked at each other in bewilderment and—awe, there was no doubt of it.