Surely a mild, a compliant, an unutterably tranquil and harmless old lady!
Oh, sweet and glorious, unutterably sweet to die like this for men!
She knew all too well that with the school door much that was unutterably dear would be closed to her for ever.
And this third time, from what unutterably horrible form of death!
I was unutterably weak, but I felt all a child's health and joy.
We turned, unutterably horror-stricken, in that direction, but there was nothing.
Under the guidance of a Church such as this, the moral condition of the laity was unutterably depraved.
But Escombe was too unutterably weary to let any of these things trouble him.
Because amidst all these happy homes I felt so unnecessary to any one, and so unutterably lonely.
I leaned against the mantel, relieved by his going, but unutterably lonely.